The state Board of Health has passed the new medical marijuana rules.
A new draft of rules were made public last week by the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority.
The board unanimously passed the new rules after they were assured the attorney general approved the changes prior to the meeting.
The Board of Health was accused of usurping the will of the voters by making dramatic changes to State Question 788 that included banning smokable marijuana and requiring a pharmacist be present at dispensaries. Now, the agency is backing off.
The Department of Health has revised its rules to:
The revisions also include:
Below is the PDF of the revisions passed during the Wednesday meeting:
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