Making the cut: Oklahoma governor signs final round of medical cannabis legislation for 2022 session

As the legislature entered its final day of the session on Friday, the long list of cannabis-related legislation had been whittled down to a little over a dozen new bills.

Overall, bolstering the OMMA’s authority, adding regulations to business owners and restructuring the licensure fee process were central themes during this year’s session.

Notably, HB4287 — a bill generating buzz in the industry that would’ve required dispensaries to switch from “deli-style” flower selection to prepackaged cannabis flower — did not pass.

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