The Chronic Magazine: New App Launch Sparking Controversy Among Weed Tech Companies
Ryan Allway January 26th, 2023 News, Top News OKLAHOMA CITY (PRWEB) JANUARY 26, 2023 The launch of the Chronic Magazine’s new app has caused an uproar among weed tech companies. The new “Chronic Magazine: Weed Near Me” app provides cannabis resources and news with interactive maps and social groups to... Read more
Oklahoma lawmakers, cannabis businesses want more marijuana tracking options this year
Pressure is mounting at the Oklahoma Legislature to rebid a contract with the state’s seed-to-sale marijuana tracking system. Lawmakers and cannabis businesses have complained that the current tracking system, implemented by Metrc on behalf of the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority, is confusing and has caused problems for those trying to... Read more
A recent report from Tulsa World states that according to the Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs (OBNDD), there are a couple thousand unlicensed medical cannabis businesses in the state. “We’ve got close to 2,000 under investigation,” said Mark Woodward, with the Public Information Office at OBNDD. “We’re... Read more
Presidential Celebrates Ten Year Anniversary with Multistate Expansion
Presidential Cannabis Company is as deeply rooted as any cannabis brand in California, especially in the southern half of the state, where its distinctively packaged high-end infused prerolls have held a place on store shelves since the 215 days, when most shops still sold joints as an afterthought, a... Read more
Oklahoma’s next big election will ask voters to legalize recreational marijuana
As the decades-long push to legalize marijuana state-by-state nears the halfway point, Oklahoma could provide an interesting case study when voters decide whether to legalize adult cannabis use in March. Twenty-one states have now legalized recreational marijuana use, including Missouri and Maryland, where voters this month approved ballot questions.... Read more
Four Chinese nationals ‘executed’ at pot farm in Oklahoma, authorities say
Oklahoma authorities are searching for a man they say killed four Chinese nationals and injured another in a shooting at a marijuana farm in Kingfisher County, northwest of Oklahoma City. The man entered a building at the farm just after sunset, around 5:45 p.m., on Sunday and was inside... Read more
Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority Becomes Standalone Agency
OKLAHOMA CITY – Changes are on the horizon for the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority. News 9 spoke to the new Executive Director appointed by Governor Stitt to see what this means for Oklahoman’s. As of November 1, the OMMA is a standalone agency. This comes after years of trying to move out from under the umbrella of... Read more
Midterm Elections Looking Green
By Madeline Grant, NCIA’s Government Relations Manager The midterm elections are quickly approaching with less than three weeks away. Not only will the elections determine the balance of power in Congress, but local elections and ballot measures are set to make a big impact across the country. As the... Read more
Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt announced on Tuesday that he has set a special election to be held in March for a vote on an initiative that would legalize recreational marijuana in the state. Voters will go to the polls on March 7, 2023, to decide on State Question 820,... Read more
Gov. Kevin Stitt sets special election for recreational marijuana state question in Oklahoma
The initiative petition process got bogged down after legislators passed a law that required the Oklahoma Secretary of State’s Office to verify signatures in addition to count them, the court said. “Delays in the process were caused by the Secretary of State’s ‘learning curve’ associated with the use of... Read more

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