- Dispensaries are considered essential businesses, which are exempt from Gov. Kevin Stitt’s order that directs some businesses in counties with confirmed cases of people with COVID-19, the illness caused by the new coronavirus.
- The Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority said in a statement that state law doesn’t allow medical marijuana to be delivered, The Oklahoman reported Friday.
- Due to the complexities related to its status as a controlled substance, there are numerous statutes that prohibit Medical Marijuana businesses from delivering to patients,” the statement says.
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