Coalition opposes medical marijuana question

The Associated Press - May 16, 2018 10:02 am

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) – A coalition that includes law enforcement, prosecutors and members of the business and medical community has formed to oppose a medical marijuana question on Oklahoma’s June 26 primary ballot.

The group SQ 788 is Not Medical registered as a political action committee on Tuesday with the Oklahoma Ethics Commission.

It includes some politically powerful organizations, including the District Attorneys Council, Oklahoma Sheriffs’ Association, Oklahoma State Medical Association and The State Chamber.

 

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