Oklahoma cannabis is full of hot stories right now. So let’s explore a lesser-noticed Oklahoma cannabis story.
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.
Eighty percent of this post was ready to publish Sunday night. Then the dispute was continued. Welcome to OK cannabis.
Plus: Arrest in Cookies dispensary shooting, federal judge blocks Missouri residency rule, and SCOTUS declines challenge to 280E.
One of the hottest stories in Oklahoma cannabis took just hours to achieve that status -- 24 to be exact.
More on the murder trial of grower LaRue Bratcher, local govs react to cannabis, and drug enforcers continue seizures.
Oklahoma weed regulators want a request for a temporary injunction denied on the basis of “vital public interests."
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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