Oklahoma gets to vote on medical marijuana this June
According to this article, in June the citizens of Oklahoma will get to vote on whether or not they want to approve medical marijuana. If it passes, patients over 18 would legally be able to possess 3 ounces, and six plants.
I spoke about Oklahoma and Missouri, Nebraska and the rest of the Midwest as well as the Bible belt being hold outs on medical marijuana in 2018, on my podcast. I'm glad to know finally the law makers in Oklahoma are asking the citizens. I moved to Oregon from the Midwest (Missouri) as an Oregon medical marijuana patient refuge a couple years ago.
Oklahoma had to and needed to make a progressive move to match Missouri's late 2018 initiative on a medical marijuana program proposal. This would fall in line with the Texas CBD market already enacted. This is going to force the hands of Kansas, Nebraska, the Dakota's and Wisconsin. Illinois already has a medical marijuana program that's been in play. These midsection states minus Colorado will need to make some kind of move mid 2018 for a possible 2019 established market. I believe Missouri will be the first in late 2018 to make that leap with Oklahoma in a 2019 position I'd be surprised if anything happened before then. I'm going through back channels currently to figure out if Kansas will come to the table with Missouri and enacted some kind of program.. I see them following a Texas Model and going a safe CBD market first.
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