Oklahoma Medical Cannabis Ballot Measure Faces Pushback from Politicos and Cops

The state currently only allows CBD-based medicine, but the ballot measure would allow doctors to recommend psychoactive medical cannabis to adult patients, who would be allowed to purchase licensed products or grow their own plants. The governor noted that the measure, if passed, requires that the state implement the law within 30 days, adding that she would call for a special legislative session to amend the measure before it would becomes official.

Opposition to the measure took a somewhat more violent turn this Monday when local police forcefully ejected Oklahomans for Health chairman Chip Paul from a public forum on medical cannabis.

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