Oklahoma cannabis is full of hot stories right now. So let’s explore a lesser-noticed Oklahoma cannabis story.
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On January 10, 1982, subscribers to The Oklahoman newspaper awoke to the first of two Sunday feature stories.
A new ordinance in Pauls Valley clearly violates the state’s medical-marijuana laws where they seek to protect patients.
The only thing protecting cannabis from ransomware right now is the fact that so much of it is mired in cash-handling.
My local TEDx Tulsa talk on cognitive biases and true-crime entertainment.
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Eighty percent of this post was ready to publish Sunday night. Then the dispute was continued. Welcome to OK cannabis.
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Plus: Arrest in Cookies dispensary shooting, federal judge blocks Missouri residency rule, and SCOTUS declines challenge to 280E.
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One of the hottest stories in Oklahoma cannabis took just hours to achieve that status -- 24 to be exact.
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More on the murder trial of grower LaRue Bratcher, local govs react to cannabis, and drug enforcers continue seizures.
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Oklahoma weed regulators want a request for a temporary injunction denied on the basis of “vital public interests."
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Clay Curtis is a leading Oklahoma defense attorney. But he has a tough case in the murder trial of an OKC cultivator.
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