Oklahoma Voters Reject Adult-Use Legalization
The proposal would have made Oklahoma the 22nd state to legalize
Oklahomans on Tuesday voted to reject legalizing recreational marijuana in the state.
State question 820 was projected to be shot down, according to The Associated Press — with nearly three-quarters of ballots counted, more than 63 percent had voted against it in the special election.
The proposal would have made Oklahoma the 22nd state to legalize recreational cannabis use for adults, greenlighting Oklahomans age 21 and over to purchase and possess up to one ounce of marijuana, eight grams or less of marijuana concentrates and marijuna-infused products, plus up to 12 marijuana plants.
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