Oklahoma’s medical pot industry sees record sales in April

  • Oklahoma residents bought a record amount of medical marijuana in April, as dispensaries sold enough of it to raise tax collections by more than 25%, according to the state Tax Commission.
  • Medical marijuana dispensaries were deemed an essential industry, which allowed them to stay open.
  • With the stay-home order in place, and medical marijuana dispensaries being categorized as essential health services, Oklahoma patients were afforded the ability to take their medicine on a more regular basis and sample a broader range of available medicines, said Bud Scott, executive director of the Oklahoma Cannabis Industry Association.

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