Marijuana legalization in Oklahoma: 160,000 signatures ask for recreational cannabis to go on ballot

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A state question to legalize recreational marijuana in Oklahoma is one step closer to being on the ballot during Oklahoma’s general election in November 2022.

State Question 820 would legalize recreational or “adult-use” marijuana for anyone age 21 or older in the state. If approved, it would impose a 15% excise tax on all recreational marijuana sales, which is higher than the 7% excise tax levied on all medical marijuana sales in Oklahoma.

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