Oklahoma Medical Marijuana

Qualifying Conditions and Medical Marijuana Laws in Oklahoma

Earlier this year state Senator Constance Johnson sponsored an extremely important and historic bill, SB 2116. The bill aimed to legalize, tax, and regulate marijuana use for adult consumption. Even though her bill received a great deal of attention and media coverage, the bill did not conduct any public hearings and subsequently did not advance.

Late last year Senator Johnson also sponsored Senate Bill 902, a bill that would have established a program to give medical marijuana to patients with debilitating conditions who would qualify. While the bill received much public support from possible voters the Committee on Business and Commerce did not act on the bill or even hold a hearing so that the voice of the voters could be expressed. Sadly this bill also died when the Committee failed to take appropriate action.

Because Oklahoma has some of the strictest laws in the nation regarding possession and use of marijuana, we suggest all potential patients’ sign up to our Oklahoma waitlist so that we may notify them once there has been a change to Oklahoma law or when we are able to add a trusted physician to our network. 

Oklahoma Qualification

Find out Who Qualifies for Marijuana in Oklahoma in our definitive guide of Oklahoma's qualification guidelines. Read up on medical conditions that are covered under Oklahoma's medical marijuana program, age restrictions, criminal conviction restrictions, and more.

Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Laws

Read Oklahoma's Full Medical Marijuana Laws to gain full specific knowledge of Oklahoma's exact legal guidelines without interpretation. We suggest that you print Oklahoma's Full Medicinal Marijuana Laws for use with our MyDoc program in order to provide your physician full insight into Oklahoma's laws for his knowledge.

Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Card

Find out how to obtain a{n} Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Card with our guide to Oklahoma's state medicinal marijuana ID program. Some states require that you obtain your card prior to obtaining your medicine, so read here first to ensure that you know Oklahoma's requirements.