Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Laws
With no specific qualifying conditions in Oklahoma, some patients report that it’s relatively easy to get an MMJ card. In fact, 1 in 13 adult Oklahomans has a medical marijuana card. Oklahoma cannabis lawyer, Rachel Klubeck, joins us to discuss Oklahoma’s medical marijuana laws and if OK has any adult-use initiatives in the works for 2020.
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Medical marijuana sales in Oklahoma near $300 million in first five months of 2020 (mjbizdaily)
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Oklahoma Legislature Votes To Let Out-Of-State Residents Get Medical Marijuana, And To Allow Delivery (Marijuana Moment)
10: 20 – What is Smith & Klubeck?
12: 19 – How many dispensaries are operating in Oklahoma?
12: 30 – How much does a license cost in Oklahoma?
12: 50 – Residency requirements for Oklahoma
14: 30 – CBD in Oklahoma
14: 55 – Can you use your MMJ from out of state in Oklahoma?
15: 35 – What type of cannabis licenses are available in Oklahoma?
16: 15 – What are the testing requirements for cannabis in Oklahoma?
20: 40 – What type of conditions qualify an MMJ card in Oklahoma?
20: 18 – OMMA
22: 35 – How do you open a dispensary in Oklahoma?
23: 57 – Are there social use lounges in Oklahoma?
26: 15 – Does Oklahoma have home grow?
32: 20 – Do’s and Don’ts of the Oklahoma cannabis industry
33: 20 – Seeds in Oklahoma
34: 55 – Recreational cannabis in Oklahoma
35: 45 – What is the population size of Oklahoma?
36: 15 – What type of taxes do Oklahoman’s see on their purchases?
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