As of Nov. 10, the OMMA had issued 13,281 marijuana business licenses
Concerns over expanding illicit cannabis operations in Oklahoma are putting pressure on regulators and law enforcement to take action to stamp out the alleged criminal activity some argue is hiding behind the state’s booming legal medical marijuana industry.
To aid in this, medical cannabis companies in Oklahoma are calling on state regulators to move ahead with:
- Implementing a seed-to-sale tracking system.
- Increasing inspections of licensed marijuana businesses.
- Refining testing rules to ensure product safety.
- Raising the price of a business license.
The demands come as the state’s Bureau of Narcotics in November declared Oklahoma the No. 1 supplier of illicit cannabis in the country.
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