Permits adults 21 years of age or older to possess and purchase up to:
One ounce of cannabis flower;
Eight grams of cannabis concentrate; and
Eight grams of cannabis in the form of infused cannabis products;
Allows adults to cultivate up to six mature cannabis plants (with no more than 12 mature cannabis plants per residence);
Directs the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority (OMMA) to regulate and oversee the adult-use cannabis market similarly to the regulation of medical cannabis, including the licensing of manufacturers and dispensaries;
Stipulates that only existing medical cannabis businesses may be issued adult-use licenses in the first two years after the effective date of the initiative;
Requires the department to promulgate regulations for the testing, packaging, and labeling of cannabis products to ensure product safety;
Establishes a 15% excise tax on cannabis sales (in addition to normal state and local sales taxes); proceeds from this tax are directed to support public schools, drug treatment services, local governments, and the state’s general fund; and
Enable a process for individuals to file petitions with Oklahoma courts to have criminal records for low-level marijuana offenses expunged.
What the measure does not do
Permit the use of cannabis any place where the use of tobacco is prohibited; or
Require employers to change their workplace drug use policies.