Some things will still be illegal when medical marijuana becomes available
State Question 788 goes into effect July 26 as Oklahoma implements the medical marijuana program approved by voters.
The rules for implementation were posted to omma.ok.gov on July 10 after the board of health approved emergency rules that were required as part of the accelerated 30-day timeline of SQ788 taking effect. Those rules included two controversial amendments that have drawn two legal challenges.
As the state gets closer to establishing the framework that will allow residents to obtain and use medical marijuana, patients are still trying to get educated on what will and will not be allowed under law. These are 10 examples of activities that will remain prohibited. Read more from the Tulsa World.