Oklahoma just voted on June 26, 2018 to pass SQ 788 to legalize medical marijuana. SQ 788 when enacted will add a new section of law and new statutes to Oklahoma law. See the licensing information here.
SQ796 Medical Amendment
Oklahoma State Question 796 is a Petition to AMEND the Oklahoma State Constitution to allow marijuana to be classified as an herbal drug regulated by the Oklahoma Cannabis Commission. Oklahoma SQ796 legalizing medical marijuana when enacted will allow the possession, use, growth, processing and sale of medical marijuana and derivatives to those licensed to do so.
Sign the new petition for State Question 796 AN AMENDEMENT TO THE OKLAHOMA STATE CONSTITUTION making medical Cannabis legal in Oklahoma and defining the laws in support of medical marijuana. We are collecting signatures to reach 125,000 by August 1, 2018 to allow us to get the question on the Oklahoma November 2018 ballot.
Oklahoma State Question 797 is a Petition to AMEND the Oklahoma State Constitution to allow anyone 21 years or over to legally possess, use, grow, process and sell marijuana and derivatives within the rules set by the Oklahoma Cannabis Commission.
Sign the new petition for State Question 797 AN AMENDEMENT TO THE OKLAHOMA STATE CONSTITUTION making ALL Cannabis legal in Oklahoma and defining the laws in support of regulating marijuana. We are collecting signatures to reach 125,000 by August 1, 2018 to allow us to get the question on the Oklahoma November 2018 ballot.
We turned in all the petitions on August 8, 2018 to the Oklahoma Secretary of State for the official count for both SQ 796 and SQ 797. The OK Secretary of State will count the signatures for SQ796 first then they will count SQ797. We tried to get them to count SQ797 first but they only count in order of petition number which means they count SQ796 first. We will be there until the counting is completed.
On August 17, 2018 the Oklahoma Secretary of State certified the number of signatures on State Question 796 initiative petition 417 to total 95,176.
On August 20, 2018 OKLAHOMA CITY - Oklahoma Secretary of State James Williamson today announced his office has completed the counting of signatures for a state question that would ask voters to incorporate the right to recreational marijuana in the Oklahoma Constitution.
On August 20, 2018 the Oklahoma Secretary of State’s office counted a total of 102,814 signatures for proposed State Question 797.
As has been previously reported, the initiative required 123,725 signatures to be put on the ballot. That equates to 15 percent of 824,831, the total number of ballots cast in the 2014 gubernatorial election.
As required by law, the secretary of state’s office sent a report on its findings to the Oklahoma Supreme Court. The state Supreme Court will review the information and officially determine whether there are sufficient signatures to place the proposal on a ballot.
Petitions have been submitted to Ok Secretary of State August 8, 2018.
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