Oklahoma is a smaller conservative state and has been working on Medical cannabis for a total of 18 months. Without the legal drama, and apparent corruption plaguing Maryland’s now 6 year old project, Oklahoma has created a market that appears to outperform Maryland’s on accessibility, diversity of stakeholders and tax revenue all while allowing patients to grow up to 12 plants at home. What legislators and those who defend oligopoly need to explain is what is wrong with Oklahoma? Why can’t or shouldn’t Maryland try to emulate Oklahoma’s success?
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