Oklahoma

Marijuana Legislative Roundup: Week Of Aug. 20

Where is cannabis policy making progress? Find out in our weekly marijuana legislative review.

Oklahoma Universities Ban Medical Marijuana On Campus

In a joint statement OU and OSU prohibited students and faculty from growing, processing, or smoking cannabis on its properties.

Marijuana Legislative Roundup: Weeks Of Aug. 6 & 13

While the August recess and upcoming November midterm elections continued to put a damper on marijuana reform efforts at the federal level, the last two weeks saw a number of important developments.

North Dakota Likely To Vote On Full Cannabis Legalization In November

The lack of red flags matched with their zealous signature collection makes it look like North Dakota could be one of the next states to go green.

Oklahoma Gov. Approves Emergency Marijuana Regulations

Mary Fallin describes the regulations as “very basic" and "the best option in developing a proper regulatory framework."

Which One Of These 6 States Will Legalize Marijuana Next?

There are no signs of a slow down when it comes to ending pot prohibition at the state level. Several more jurisdictions are on track for this reform. Here are six to watch.

Marijuana Legislative Roundup: Weeks of July 16 & 23

While the week of July 16 brought little in the way of notable developments, last week saw a flurry of legislative activity with regard to recreational and medical marijuana.

Oklahoma AG To The Board Of Health: Hands Off MMJ Laws

The AG told the State Board of Health that they should not amend the law to include more stringent rules, including an imposed ban on any form of dried cannabis flower being sold in a dispensary.

How To Stay Within The Lines Of Oklahoma’s New Medical Marijuana Program

As Oklahomans wait for the voted medical marijuana laws to go into effect on July 26 under State Question 788, questions as to what is and isn’t allowed under the program’s rules are tricky to navigate.

North Dakota Will Vote On Legalizing Marijuana This November

More than 18,700 signatures were submitted to the Secretary of State’s office Monday in support of a measure that would legalize recreational marijuana.