Oklahoma coalition hopes to put marijuana on November ballot
State lawmakers said no to legalizing marijuana in Oklahoma, but a coalition is hoping to bring the issue to the voter. And they’re hoping the voter says yes.
State Sen. Connie Johnson (D-Oklahoma City) championed several pro-marijuana bills that lawmakers rejected. She believes the time is now to let the people of Oklahoma decide.
“It brings us to the point where I think it’s time to take it outside of these four walls and take it the people,” Johnson said.
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