In two weeks, voters in the state of Oklahoma will decide on State Question 788. The question is a statewide voter-initiated measure that allows doctors to use discretion in recommending medical marijuana to patients.

As part of the proposed plan, patients with medical marijuana licenses will be able to cultivate as many as six mature plants and will be able to possess personal quantities of marijuana flower, edibles, or infused concentrates.

If the measure is passed, Oklahoma will become the 31st state in the United States to legalize medical marijuana.

Voting day is on Tuesday, June 26th.

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