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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CANNABIS & THE SANCTITY OF LIFE

Last week Liberty on Tap hosted an informational gathering for SQ 788, a ballot initiative measure to legalize medical cannabis in Oklahoma. The vote for SQ 788 will take place on June 26, 2018. One of our speakers, a member of the Vote Yes on SQ 788 PAC, was Shawn Jenkins. Shawn, a veteran of the U.S. Army, …

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Annual Meeting – January 10th, 2015

Drug Policy Reform Network of Oklahoma will hold its annual meeting Saturday, January 10th, 1pm-2:30 pm at The Rusty Crane, 109 North Detroit Ave, Tulsa, OK. (DPRNOK is not funding this event. All expenses incurred are the responsibility of the individual.) You are invited to attend as we discuss plans for the new year. Board …

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CBD Hearing at Oklahoma State Capitol

The following account is submitted by Drug Policy Reform Network board member, Dax Ewbank, who attended the hearing at the capitol. Here is my takeaway from the CBD Hearing held today at the Oklahoma State Capitol. I was happy that the hearing was held, there were at least 7 or 8 legislators present, which is …

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