8 notable moments in Oklahoma's medical marijuana saga
It's been a crazy couple of weeks since Oklahomans voted "yes" for medical marijuana. Here are 8 notable moments since the polls closed.
July 10: The state health board approves those changes, along with its previously drafted rules, over the objections of general counsel Julie Ezell.
July 11: Gov. Mary Fallin signs emergency rules into place. The health department reveals Ezell’s office didn’t write the changes, a strange break from its traditional rule-making process. The author is still unknown.
July 12: The legislature announces a “working group” will handle marijuana regulations.
July 18: Attorney General Mike Hunter and Gov. Mary Fallin advise the health board overturn its rules. The board’s president says a meeting will be held to reconsider.