Oklahoma’s Medical Industry Successfully Lobbies For A Ban On Smokeable Flower

The Oklahoma State Board of Health approved the state’s medical marijuana program on Tuesday (July 10) with a major restriction: a ban on the sale of smokeable flower at dispensaries. The new regulations could be a significant setback for the state’s medical marijuana patients, though Oklahoma health officials noted that those who grow their own marijuana at home will still be allowed to smoke.

In June, nearly 60 percent of Oklahoma voters approved a broad-ranging ballot initiative to…

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