Contaminated marijuana is flooding Oklahoma’s medical market amid ongoing state enforcement issues | Marijuana in Oklahoma

Framed by State Question 788, passed overwhelmingly by state voters three years ago, Oklahoma’s medical marijuana laws tried to favor small, local operators by limiting out-of-state ownership stakes, setting license fees low and putting no cap on the number of business licenses that could be issued.

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