Six Months after Oklahoma State Question 788: Challenges and Opportunities Plentiful in the Wild, Wild Mid-West

Voters in North Dakota, Ohio, and Arkansas approved medical cannabis programs in 2016. Louisiana legalized medical marijuana through ultra-restrictive state legislation in 2015. Yet, none of these states have been able to achieve what Oklahoma has accomplished in just six months: the first sale to a registered patient. “I think we really are the wild, […]

New Frontiers in the Southwest

The southwest has had a slow and rocky road to legalization of medical cannabis, but as of 2018 midterms all have it in some form or another. Texas currently does not have a medical marijuana program, but does allow for low-THC CBD oil for those who have been diagnosed with intractable epilepsy. There has been […]

A Tipping Point for Cannabis in the United States?

By Jim Marty, CPA/ABV MS Early last Wednesday morning, my phone lit up with calls from Oklahoma attorneys, accountants, and other interested parties who wanted to speak me about the results of Tuesday’s Oklahoma primary elections.  A very liberal medical marijuana bill had passed in the state primary election.  Not only was this the first […]