An Oklahoma bill seeks to limit the potency of medical marijuana, said Tulsa attorney Stephen Cale. The bill also caps potency for Delta 8 and Delta 10 THC, he said.
If passed into law, SB 440, introduced by Sen. Jessica Garvin (R-Duncan), would give the executive director of the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority (OMMA) the discretion to impose potency limits.
However, the limits could not be above 30 percent (30%) for marijuana flower and 60% for marijuana products.
The cap for Delta 8 THC is set at two percent (2%). But the limit for Delta 10 THC and all other variations of THC is zero percent (0%).
If passed into law, SB 440 would go into effect Jan. 1, 2025, and it would ban dispensaries from selling marijuana a marijuana products above potency limits.
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Tulsa marijuana license attorney Stephen Cale is the founder of Cale Law Office. He has been serving people with legal needs for 24 years.
Cale works with a number of marijuana-related organizations. He is a Legal Committee member of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML).
The Cale Law Office has helped numerous people acquire their commercial medical marijuana dispensary, processor, and grower licenses. If you want a marijuana business license, marijuana compliance auditing, or need legal representation in the Oklahoma marijuana industry, call the Cale Law Office at 918-277-4800. Your initial consultation is free. Or, contact us through the web.