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Oklahoma governor: No special session needed on marijuana

 


OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin says she won't call the Legislature into a special session on medical marijuana after all.

The term-limited Republican said in a statement Friday she has conferred with House and Senate leaders and they decided emergency rules from the state health department will suffice in safely allowing medicinal use of cannabis.

Voters approved State Question 788 on Tuesday. The measure says applications for a medical marijuana license must be available on the health department's website within 30 days of voter approval. A regulatory office to receive ap...



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