Allows Medical marijuana?: Yes
Allows Adult-Use marijuana?: No
2018 Medical Sales : N/A
2022 Projected Medical Sales : N/A
2018 Adult Use Sales : N/A
2022 Projected Adult Use Sales : N/A
Noteworthy Information: Voters passed State Question 788 in June 2018, which legalizes the licensed use, sale, and growth of marijuana in Oklahoma for medicinal purposes. Governor Mary Fallin signed into law emergency medical marijuana rules, including two controversial amendments. Smokable forms of marijuana are prohibited and each dispensary must hire a pharmacist. Medical marijuana products and concentrates processed or dispensed cannot have a THC content of more than 12%. Lawmakers will have a chance to review the rules when they convene in regular session in February. Online application submissions will be available at on Saturday, August 25, 2018. The Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority has created a call center to answer questions ahead of the implementation of SQ 788. The center will open from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday at 405-522-6662.
Is there a Regulatory Structure? (State Agency): The State Department of Health, Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority division.
# of Dispensaries Allowed (# issued): N/A
# of Cultivations Allowed (# issued): N/A
# of Manufacturers Allowed (# issued): N/A
# of Testing labs Allowed (# issued): N/A
Geographic Distribution of Licenses: N/A
Retail license = $2,500.00
Grower license = $2,500.00
Processing license = $2,500.00
Applicants must be Oklahoma residents.
Vertical Integration Allowed, Required or Prohibited:
Medical Marijuana Qualifying Patient Conditions:
There are no qualifying conditions. All applications for a medical license must be signed by a registered Oklahoma Board certified physician.
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State By State Licensing Information
Legality of Cannabis in the United States
Leary v. United States (1969)
Ravin v. State (1975)
Conant v. McCaffrey (2000)
Gonzales v. Raich (2005)
Moncrieffe v. Holder (2013)