Advocates for the legalization of medical marijuana in Oklahoma won’t be seeing their question on any ballots this November.
Question 788, if approved, would permit doctors to recommend a patient for a state-issued medical marijuana license, and allow patients to legally possess up to 3 ounces of the drug.
“It’s astounding how many different illnesses this plant covers,” local medical marijuana supporter Vicki Gaylor said.
Gaylor said one of the reasons the measure ran out of time was the counting of several other ballot proposals before it.
“It kind of put them behind getting that 10 day in the newspaper and clearing the ballot title and all the other little things that had to be done prior to going on the ballot,” Gaylor said. [Read more at KXII]