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Citizen-led initiatives, like State Question 820, require support from Oklahomans all over the state. Please tell your friends and family why it’s important to safely tax and regulate marijuana for adults 21 and over and urge them to vote for State Question 820.

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If you need additional messaging, talking points, or copy, feel free to pull from the following:

  • State Question 820 will legalize, regulate, and tax recreational marijuana for adults 21+ in Oklahoma. It will generate revenue for essential priorities for Oklahomans, including schools, health care, and local governments. It will responsibly and comprehensively regulate the industry to protect health and safety.
  • State Question 820 will create a sensible program tailored to Oklahoma, carefully balancing personal freedom with responsible regulation. Products will be tested, labeled, and tracked from seed-to-sale. Employers will be able to maintain a drug-free workplace.
  • State Question 820 will provide much-needed funding to our state for education, healthcare, and local and state governments.
  • State Question 820 will generate economic development in Oklahoma by supporting our local businesses already here.
  • State Question 820 will allow a process for those convicted of minor marijuana crimes based on the old, outdated laws to have their old sentence expunged.
  • The current law can ruin lives based on one mistake: If a person makes one mistake with marijuana, the current law can land them in jail, saddle them with a life-long criminal record that can make it hard to get a job, an apartment, student loans, or a credit card. State Question 820 will prevent unnecessary arrests and allow people to clean their records.
  • The current approach wastes public resources: In states that have legalized, arrests for simple marijuana offenses are down 70 to 90 percent — freeing up time and money for the state to focus on more serious issues. Fewer arrests also mean our courts aren't clogged with petty marijuana cases.
  • Marijuana legalization is working in other states: Eighteen other states, including Montana and Arizona, have legalized marijuana for adults. In those states, licensed marijuana businesses must follow regulations and pay taxes. Stores check IDs, and laboratories test products to ensure safety. Residents in legalization states overwhelmingly like the new policy, and no state that's passed legalization has tried to repeal their law.
  • Legalization will make marijuana easier to access for medical purposes: For many Oklahomans with health conditions, including veterans with PTSD and cancer patients, marijuana is the only medicine that relieves their pain and suffering without debilitating side effects. But patients have to join a government registry to access the program. This measure will remove barriers and make it easier for patients to alleviate their health conditions with marijuana.