"Currently, the state of Oklahoma is still in the process of pending a legislative vote on the issue of medical marijuana. The state of Oklahoma has outlined several key factors for the medical marijuana program that would take place within the state, but has not yet been officially enacted. On Jan. 17, 2013, a medical marijuana measure that was authored by Senator Constance Johnson, a democrat out of District 48, was brought forth before Oklahoma's acting legislature. The measure received its very first reading on Feb. 4, 2013 and was then later referred to Health and Human Services department only a day later. The bill entitled Senate Bill 902 was withdrawn from Health and Human Services committee and referred to Business and Commerce on Feb. 18, 2013. There have currently been no further actions made on this medical marijuana legislation because the Oklahoma State legislature is in recess until Feb of 2014. Under current Oklahoma law, proposed bills carry over to even years only. SB-902 would have been responsible for the state of Oklahoma legalizing the possession, manufacture, sale, administration, delivery, dispensing and distribution of up to eight ounces of dried marijuana in connection with medical use thereof for certified patients. This medical marijuana measure would have permitted registered and state-sanctioned organizations to sell, administer, and deliver marijuana to certified patients or the caregiver of a certified patient for its identified medical use. However, SB 902 is considered largely symbolic and would not legalize medical marijuana because the bill uses the terminology prescribe instead of recommend. Currently, federal law prohibits marijuana from being prescribed."


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