Oklahoma woman won’t give up trying to reform state’s marijuana laws

By Jaclyn Cosgrove


LITTLE AXE — Few Oklahomans could rival Norma Sapp’s efforts to legalize marijuana.
She drove a motor home across the United States, serving as the support vehicle for a friend who was riding his one-eyed paint horse, Misty, across the country to raise awareness of a message: “Cops say legalize marijuana, ask me why.”
She has walked the marble hallways of the state Capitol more times than she can remember to advocate for changes in Oklahoma’s marijuana laws.
And she ran for a state House office in the 1990s — and quickly learned she didn’t want it.
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