The state of Oklahoma has been pretty busy since legalizing medical marijuana.

According to recently released figures, regulators in the state have greenlighted over 7,300 business licenses in the first year of Oklahoma’s medical cannabis program.

This includes almost 4,300 grower permits.

Oklahoma additionally opened up applications for a new stand-alone license category: transporter. Previously, only licensed growers, processors or dispensaries could receive a transporter permit.

The Medical Marijuana Authority tweeted the breakdown of business licenses approvals and it revealed 4,287 growers, 1,173 processors, and 1,848 dispensaries.

Regulators approved applications from 178,173 patients to buy and use medical marijuana products.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You May Also Like

New Jersey Could Have Legal Marijuana By The End of Next Month
22 August 2018
A New Jersey Medical Marijuana Dispensary is Biggest on East Coast
24 May 2018
Councilman in New York Wants Marijuana Testing at Companies to Stop
19 February 2019