Oklahoma Politics Continue to Oppress

Oklahomans celebrated a victory on June 26th as the votes rolled in and nearly 57% of the voters decided to approve SQ788 for Medical Cannabis. Others from around the country celebrated this historic event with us. But organizers and activists knew all too well that the fight was not over. The agency tasked with the …

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For Immediate Release: Senate gives final approval to bill aimed at Oklahoma’s opioid crisis

This is a terrible bill for those who need medication. Many will only seek out black market alternatives which is unnecessary considering they could have access to legal prescriptions. Many more will suffer and still get "addicted". The passage of SQ788 can offer a better alternative for those who need a safer treatment. ----- Forwarded message from …

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Immediate Release: Opioid measures get approval in Senate

What in the world possesses these people to believe that “making it more difficult for addicts to get opioids”, as well as people suffering from physical pain, solves any problem whatsoever? Why, exactly, shouldn't addicts be able to get all of the clean, consistently dosed, pharmaceutical grade opioids they want via legal channels, such as, …

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RELEASE: House Passes Additional Criminal Justice Reform Measures

by Rep. Jason Sutton OKLAHOMA CITY – Two additional criminal justice reform measures passed out of the House of Representatives today and are now heading to the governor's desk for her consideration. Senate Bill 649, by state Rep. Terry O'Donnell, would reduce enhanced sentences for certain repeat non-violent offenders. The bill would prohibit the use …

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Sheriff Agencies Violate Ethics Rules

OKLAHOMA - The Kay County Sheriff’s office (Sheriff Steve Kelley) on March 8th and the Rogers County Sheriff’s office (Scott Walton) on April 12th violated ethics guidelines, rules 2.4 and 2.16 and § 16-119, by using their social media page to make opinionated stances against SQ788 - Legalize Medical Cannabis Walton's Letter and Post  - Rogers County …

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Veterans for Cannabis at the Capitol

On Monday, April 9th at 9:30 am, Veterans will unite at the State Capitol to show support for Medical Cannabis. HB3468 is scheduled to be heard on Monday and SB1120 is scheduled for Wednesday in their respective committees. SB1120 is a very restrictive “medical marijuana” bill, allowing for only four severe qualifying conditions and completely …

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