Oklahoma is home to one of the country’s most bustling medical cannabis marketplaces. Voters in Oklahoma approved medical cannabis legalization in 2018 when they voted in favor of an extraordinarily progressive medical cannabis program. Oklahoma regulators ultimately toned down some of the program’s lax language but registered patients can still possess up to three ounces of medical cannabis and grow up to twelve plants (including up to six mature/flowering plants and six seedlings). Activists have coordinated multiple attempts for putting a cannabis legalization ballot initiative before voters but have so far been unsuccessful. The state is, however, home to thousands of acres of industrial hemp crops.
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