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It’s Official: Oklahoma Voters to Have Opportunity to Legalize Medical Cannabis

Oklahoma’s State Question 788, which would legalize medical cannabis, has officially gone through all of the hurdles necessary to be placed before voters. However, the measure won’t be placed on this November’s ballot, but instead will be voted on in 2018; this is unless a special election is decided upon for next year. Proponents of …

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Over 75,000 Signatures Collected for Oklahoma Medical Cannabis Legalization Initiative

Advocates of an Oklahoma initiative to legalize cannabis for medical purposes have collected over 75,000 signatures in roughly a month to place their proposal to a vote this November, almost half of the 156,000 required. The deadline is August 17th. The proposal, which is supported by Senator Constance Johnson and being pushed by the organization …

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Oklahoma Initiative Drive to Legalize Medical Cannabis Underway

The organization Oklahomans for Health officially launched its petition drive to legalize medical cannabis last week with a press conference held by Senator Constance Johnson, a longtime supporter of legalizing medical cannabis. Advocates will be required to collect roughly 155,000 valid signatures in order for the initiative to qualify for this November’s ballot. Under the proposed law, …

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Initiative to Legalize Medical Cannabis Filed in Oklahoma

The nonprofit organization Oklahomans for Health has submitted an initiative to Oklahoma’s Secretary of State which would legalize cannabis for medical purposes for those with a qualifying condition such as  cancer, AIDS and multiple sclerosis. If the initiative is approved by the Secretary of State, and enough signatures are collected from registered Oklahoma voters, it will …

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