Oklahoma voters voted to legalize medical marijuana in the state's primary election on Tuesday, June 26. The ballot passed with 56 percent support.
Patients who are 18 and older will have the chance to obtain a 2-year renewable license allowing them to carry up to three ounces of cannabis and grow up to six plants..
Local businesses, law enforcement and medical professionals who opposed the legalization. Organization such as 'SQ 788 Is Not Medical' spent more than $800,00 to defeat the bill with nearly $100,000 donated by Oklahoma Medical Association.
The head of the Oklahoma DEA office, Richard Slater, have been warning voters of the dangers of legalization.
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