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About this Organization

Oklahomans for Health is a volunteer run and organized non-profit 501c4 fighting for medical marijuana legalization in Oklahoma. We have no salaried positions, and all of our board members have poured their heart and soul into seeing Oklahomans for Health succeed in 2016.

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September 21, 2016

Lawsuit Pushes Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Vote Back to 2018
Supporters of a proposal to legalize medical marijuana in Oklahoma have filed a lawsuit calling anti-pot Republican Attorney General E. Scott Pruitt’s rewriting of their ballot question misleading, effectively ending their long-shot attempt at placing the measure before voters in November. “No elected official has the right to rewrite these ballots in such a way that he would try to unfairly influence voters. Scott Pruitt has a habit, a pattern of doing this.” – David Slane, Oklahomans for Health Oklahomans for Heath, backers of State Question 788, had collected enough signatures to qualify for the ballot …

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