Looks Like OK is Legal

Discussion in 'Legalization Of Marijuana' started by Nugs1, Jul 3, 2018.

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    Sour Wreck

    Sour Wreck Well-Known Member

    1. big pharma
    2. big tobacco
    3. big alcohol
    4. prison industrial complex
    5. drug bust proceeds remaining with LEO

    there is blame to go around. follow the money...
     
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    Sour Wreck

    Sour Wreck Well-Known Member

    don't be surprised if the Feds put restrictions on things...
     
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    BudmanTX

    BudmanTX Well-Known Member

    i wouldn't be surprised if we don't see marbollo with a pot leaf on it in the near future honestly
     
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    hotrodharley

    hotrodharley Well-Known Member

    Ohio went to vote on going legal recreational. The money pigs intervened and spread dough around so that when the actual thing went to the vote it restricted growers to 4 in Ohio. 4 growers. And they already knew who they were surprisingly enough.

    People voted it down with our support. It can be brought up again. But once a law is actually a law try changing it.

    Medical I approve of if that is as good as it gets. Decriminalization? No way. It's still a crime. Just usually a cheaper crime. Fuck that. No to decriminalization. Once established "Why we've done far more than we should have. It really should be a felony again."
     
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    mustbetribbin

    mustbetribbin Active Member

    Nugs1

    Thanks for the correction, yeah I have to admit the 2 month timeframe sounds a bit more reasonable for the state to handle, as even Mary F stated that 30 day time limit was not a reasonable amount of time, not that I'm in agreement with her, she definitely seems to be dragging her feet, she was dragging her feet several months before any of this 788 vote even came up , with state deficit discussions and teacher walkout debates and so forth.

    I kind of expected around 4-6 months before any plant material would actually make it into the hands of patients, I think anyone who wasn't born yesterday is aware that this takes time, especially the growing part, but that's only if the political/legislative side can get their act together before hand.
     
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    Homegrown5257

    Homegrown5257 Member

    Just seen that the omma released their final draft and it states that commercial grows will only be allowed indoors,now it's up to health dept to adopt it on July 10th.
     
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    Nugs1

    Nugs1 Well-Known Member

    Its all but over, they are pretty much killing it by making stupid restrictions like pharmacists on site at dispensaries.. What kinda since does that make.
    And making it indoor only just doesn't make any since at all.
    Oh well I don't know what else we can do. The voters vote it in and say they want it but the local and federal govts keep holding it down.... literally what else is there to do? I know what the fore fathers did....
     
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    BudmanTX

    BudmanTX Well-Known Member

    yep, its called underground
     
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    Sour Wreck

    Sour Wreck Well-Known Member

    stop electing republicans and start electing democrats.
     
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    Homegrown5257

    Homegrown5257 Member

    If your in ok make sure and sign the greenthevote petitions and maybe we will get to vote to amend the ok constitution for mmj and recreational. It don't make good sense to me to ban commercial outdoor for the fact that indoor is going to burn up a lot of energy. But hell I guess it'll help out the coal mines up in Montana or wherever we get a lot of that coal.
     
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    Homegrown5257

    Homegrown5257 Member

    Wow just read that smokable marijuana won't be allowed how fkn stupid is that shit. I can see this giving 797 alot of momentum.Freaking fucktards in charge of this are total idiots!
     
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    Sour Wreck

    Sour Wreck Well-Known Member

    start electing democrats and stop electing retarded republicans...
     
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    Nugs1

    Nugs1 Well-Known Member

    We had a couple hours of hope.... then Gov Fallin yanked it away.
    Basically the way I'm seeing it right now is we have to wait and hope the next legislation session will adjust some rules... Dunno just like before a sit and wait game.
    In this case I have to agree Democrats may be the only ones that will allow the will of the ppl.
     
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    hotrodharley

    hotrodharley Well-Known Member

    You can always do like pioneers do and go where the stuff is.
     
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    Nugs1

    Nugs1 Well-Known Member

    Ive thought about it for real, I have some capital but its not a lot, adding to it everyday. I also have another $15k, $25k in financing from someone who trust me and would love to get in the business too. The only thing that holds me back is, I just don't know if theres enough of the pie for me to get a slice of... I mean look at California, WA and OR they all have huge too much flower.
    I would love to catch a fresh state coming legal hoping to make a mark.
     
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    hotrodharley

    hotrodharley Well-Known Member

    Like Alaska?
     
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    Nugs1

    Nugs1 Well-Known Member

    Lmao too damn cold for me. I wouldn't make it 1 winter lol.
     
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    hotrodharley

    hotrodharley Well-Known Member

    Winter before last it hit -60 at my cabin. Last winter the coldest it got was -52. Global warming.
     
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    Falcon23

    Falcon23 Member

    nugz.If it hasnt been posted already, Oklahoma is banging down the nails hard on this one. So far.. Each site has to be licensed by the pharmacy board as a licensed pharmacy. I believe growing plants is still in the emergency order. not sure. and only so far a total of 4 growers or so and 5 or so dispensaries, Must have a background check done by state 30 days BEFORE applying for either license. Idiotic.
     
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    mustbetribbin

    mustbetribbin Active Member

    Yeah I guess some people at the Oklahoma health organization got basically "threatened" and someone knew where one or two people lived and knew what vehicles they drove, OSBI got involved, ect...

    But the latest is that the Oklahoma ACLU is filing a court case against the state, so nothing is set in stone just yet, but yeah homegrown are still legal 6 plants, 72 ounces in edibles, ect. But the whole pharmacist at dispensaries thing is up in the air on this court case.

    Only people with homegrown indoor/outdoor would be able to have access to actual buds, and that's if the harvest is successful, everything else would be concentrates and capsules basically.

    I feel like the people wanted more, so the government wants to give them less, this latest marijuana draft is quite restrictive, almost mirrored in the opposite of what 788 originally started as.
     

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