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State Question 788: A roundup of all the stories about the vote on medical marijuana

Below you'll find links and brief summaries of all our recent coverage on State Question 788 and the upcoming vote on medical marijuana.

Oklahomans will decide in three weeks whether to allow medical marijuana, but lawmakers have been working for months behind the scenes to prepare. -- Read the complete story

If Oklahomans vote to make state-sanctioned medical marijuana legal June 26, Oklahoma will be one of many states increasingly at odds with the federal government over how marijuana should be viewed and regulated. -- Read the complete story

The pro-medical marijuana group Oklahomans for Health lists these as its top five reasons that Oklahoma voters should support State Question 788 on June 26. -- Read the complete story

As Oklahomans prepare to vote on medical marijuana June 26, law enforcement officers are gearing up for more drug-impaired drivers. -- Read the complete story

Oklahoma will become a groundbreaking pioneer if voters approve state-sanctioned medical marijuana June 26. -- Read the complete story

A grassroots coalition of Oklahoma Christian faith leaders — including U.S. Sen. James Lankford — has formed to help defeat a state question legalizing medical marijuana in the state. -- Read the complete story

Following are some answers to frequently asked questions about Oklahoma's proposed medical marijuana law that Oklahomans will vote on June 26 when they consider State Question 788. -- Read the complete story

How will employers who have drug testing and possession policies need to modify those policies if State Question 788 passes? -- Read the complete story

OPINION: No surprise, a group that supports legalizing medical marijuana in Oklahoma has produced heartfelt video testimonials in advance of the June 26 vote on State Question 788. It's an interesting collection. -- Read the complete story

A state agency that has proved inept at managing its own finances would be placed in charge of regulating and auditing marijuana growers and dispensaries if Oklahoma voters approve medical marijuana during the upcoming June 26 election. -- Read the complete story

Six weeks before a statewide vote, Oklahoma medical, law enforcement, business and religious groups announced a coalition on Tuesday to defeat the legalization of medical marijuana. -- Read the complete story

OPINION: In outlining some of our reasons for opposing approval of “medical” marijuana in Oklahoma, which will be decided by voters June 26, we have noted the overly broad language of State Question 788. -- Read the complete story

OPINION: Candidates  seeking election to state and federal offices in Oklahoma have the next two months to convince voters of their merits. But the June 26 primary ballot includes more than individual races — a potentially damaging state question will be decided that day, too. -- Read the complete story

Several minutes into his opening remarks, August Rivera grabbed a dozen bags containing 72 ounces of gummy bears — the quantity of edible marijuana that would be allowed under State Question 788 — and dumped them on the floor in front of his lectern to show the amount residents may soon possess. -- Read the complete story

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