Oklahoma medical cannabis measure heads to governor

A bill that’s on the watch list for Oklahoma’s medical marijuana businesses is on its way to Gov. Kevin Stitt’s desk for his signature.

According to The Oklahoman, the state Senate voted 43-5 on Monday to approve a bill that sets up regulations for inventory testing and tracking, advertising, packaging and labeling, among other issues.

The legislation is not intended to curb the explosive growth of the MMJ industry in Oklahoma.

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One comment on “Oklahoma medical cannabis measure heads to governor
  1. Cyndi Blair-Clark on

    Governor Stitt,
    The way the physician is worded is in correct it should not read Board Certified before
    This would mean than only very young doctors and I believe it is changed in the new bill
    Thank you.

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