As of yesterday, January 4, 2017, Gov. Marry Fallin said that voters are going to be able vote to see if marijuana is going to be legal in Oklahoma this summer in late June. If the bill is passed, the sale and growth of marijuana for medical purposes will be legal. Making Oklahoma the 30th state to legalize it.
If approved, doctors will be able to recomend a state-issued medical marijuana license to be able to carry as much as 3 ounces of it, as well as grow up to 6 mature plants and 6 seedlings.
Also on the same day, Attorney General Jeff Sessions issued a new policy giving more leeway for federal prosecutors to enforce laws against the drug.