State Question 820 will safely regulate and tax marijuana for adults 21+ in Oklahoma, generate millions of dollars in new tax revenue, and provide expungement opportunities.
A proposed resolution would make passing a ballot question much more difficult.
OKLAHOMA CITY – Today, the Oklahoma Governor set the election for State Question 820 for March 7, 2023. The Yes On 820 Campaign is ready, energized, and excited for the 5-month sprint.
OKLAHOMA CITY – Today, the Oklahoma Supreme Court issued an order assuming jurisdiction to decide if State Question 820 will appear on the November 2022 ballot. However, the Justices are deferring making a final decision until after the ten-day protest period set by statute.
OKLAHOMA CITY – Today, the Yes On 820 Campaign asked the Oklahoma Supreme Court to protect the rights of all Oklahomans to vote on State Question 820 this November. Specifically, the campaign is asking the Court to exercise its constitutional authority to approve the ballot title and ensure State Question 820 is printed on the November 2022 ballot.
OKLAHOMA CITY — Supporters of one effort to legalize recreational marijuana turned in about 164,000 signatures on Tuesday, hoping to get a state question on the November ballot.