Here is an overview of the medical marijuana laws in Oklahoma:
– June 26, 2018 – voters legalized medical marijuana. The state then became the quickest ever to implement an effective medical cannabis law and started accepting applications two months later
– September 24, 2018 – reduced the penalty for simple possession of marijuana to a fine, capped at $400 (previously it had been $1,200 and six months in jail
– March, 2019 – possession limits were increased to up to 8 oz of marijuana at home, up to 3 oz on one’s person, up to 1 oz of concentrated marijuana and up to 72 oz of edibles.