According to the Associated press, a bill to regulate Oklahoma’s new medical marijuana industry just cleared another legislative obstacle.
The state’s Senate Rules Committee voted unanimously Wednesday for the “unity bill ” because it’s supported by various factions of the cannabis industry. I
The bill is now on its way to the full Senate and, if the Senate approves, will then head to the governor.
The “unity bill” creates guidelines for inventory testing and tracking, advertising, packaging and labeling, among other things.
So far almost 60,000 patient licenses have been approved by Oklahoma’s new Medical Marijuana Authority since August.