Oklahoma Governor Plans to Set Medical Marijuana Ballot Date

Oklahoma Governor Plans to Set Medical Marijuana Ballot Date

If approved by voters, the measure would permit doctors to recommend patients 25 years and older for a state-issued medical marijuana license.

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December 4, 2017
The Seattle Times
Legislation and regulation Medical News State by State: Oklahoma

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Gov. Mary Fallin says she plans to set an election date for a medical marijuana ballot measure after the start of the new year.

Supporters of an initiative petition to ask voters to legalize medical marijuana gathered enough signatures last year to schedule a statewide referendum on the measure, known as State Question 788.

If approved by voters, the measure would permit doctors to recommend a patient, who is at least 25 years old, for a state-issued medical marijuana license.

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