OK Ruling Class successfully blocks Rec. Marijuana SQ from November ballot

Back in August, we let you know that Stitt and Co. were hard at work, doing everything possible to keep SQ 820 – an initiative petition that would legalize recreational medical marijuana in Oklahoma – off this November's general election ballot.


Well, I guess we should congratulate them on a job well done!


Despite the petition organizers collecting way more signatures than needed and delivering them to the Secretary of State with plenty of time to spare, the Oklahoma Supreme Court ruled this week that the state question won't make the November ballot thanks to a series of politically-motivated roadblocks and delays.


As a result, Oklahomans will have to likely wait until 2024 to pass the joint to recreational weed.


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