Oklahoma Senator Proposes Bill to Allow Counties to Decide on Medical Marijuana Legalization
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Oklahoma Senator Proposes Bill to Allow Counties to Decide on Medical Marijuana Legalization

Sen. Casey Murdock has filed a bill that would allow counties to decide whether or not the measure legalizing medical marijuana applies to their area.

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January 23, 2019

OKLAHOMA CITY –  Six months after Oklahoma voters approved a measure legalizing medical marijuana, an Oklahoma lawmaker has filed a bill that would allow counties to decide whether or not the measure applies to their area.

In June, over 891,000 voters cast their ballots in regards to State Question 788, which legalizes medical marijuana in Oklahoma. Ultimately, the measure passed by a majority vote.

Now, an Oklahoma lawmaker has proposed a bill that would allow counties to decide whether they want to follow State Question 788.

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