Efforts to amend Oklahoma medical cannabis rules began before vote

Records show that attempts to amend Oklahoma’s medical marijuana law with rules that would have impeded the state’s potential $100-$150 million yearly market began weeks before residents even voted on the issue. The now-rescinded amendments would have banned smokable forms of marijuana and required dispensaries to hire pharmacists. The Oklahoman obtained emails through a public-records request […]

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