Oklahomans for Responsible Cannabis Action (ORCA) Co-Founder Kris Masterman today announced his support of State Question 820, saying that leaders in the cannabis community need to unite around the state’s best chance to legalize recreational marijuana. Oklahomans will vote on SQ 820 on March 7 and determine whether the state will legalize, tax and regulate marijuana for adults over 21.
From the gas station to the grocery store, Oklahoman’s are struggling with increased prices across the state. However, a new study shows that if state question 820 is passed they may be getting a break.
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.
TULSA, Oklahoma - The group 'Oklahomans for Sensible Marijuana Laws' says it will present more than 164,000 signatures to the Secretary of State on Tuesday, to get a State Question to legalize recreational marijuana on the November ballot.
The group was required to collect just under 95,000 signatures within 90 days from approval of the initiative, which would have been August first.
TULSA, Okla. (KTUL) — More than 164,000 signatures will be turned over to the Oklahoma Secretary of State Tuesday in support of State Question 820, which would legalize recreational marijuana for adults over 21 if passed.
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — A group seeking a statewide vote on whether to fully legalize adult use of marijuana in Oklahoma submitted boxes of signatures on Tuesday with hopes of getting the question on the November ballot.
OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. — Supporters of legal, recreational marijuana submitted boxes of signatures Tuesday to the Oklahoma secretary of state’s office to try to get the issue before a vote of the people in November.
Oklahomans for Sensible Marijuana Laws announced that it plans to submit over 164,000 signatures to the Office of the Secretary of State on Tuesday. The petition seeks to add State Question 820 to the November ballot.