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Medical Marijuana application forms available online

The Associated Press - July 27, 2018 9:53 am

The Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority has posted application information and instructions for patients and businesses interested in obtaining medical marijuana licenses.

The information is now available at OMMA.ok.gov.

As stated in SQ 788, applications can be submitted on August 25. No application documents will be accepted by mail or in person. Only documents submitted online will be considered as part of a complete application.

 “Our staff has worked nonstop over the past three months to develop this process and I commend their effort,”  Oklahoma State Department of Health Interim Commissioner Tom Bates said Thursday. “The information provided today should answer many of the questions we have been receiving about what is required to apply.”

SQ 788 also established a Food Safety Standards Board and each appointment will be made by the Commissioner of Health, as specified in the new law. The nominees for the 12 positions will need to have expertise in the marijuana industry as well as public health and clinical science. Public announcement of the appointees will be made shortly following the special meeting of the Oklahoma State Board of Health next week.

“We have received a good list of candidates to be appointed,” said Commissioner Bates. “However, this is a new industry in our state, and we want to make sure the qualifications of each appointee are properly vetted.”

For questions about the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority or the application process, please contact [email protected].

 

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