Law Will Require Marijuana Growers To Post Signs | Cale Law Office

Law Will Require Marijuana Growers To Post Signs | Cale Law Office

Sometimes clues point out where a marijuana grow is. Now a new law will require all commercial marijuana growers to post a sign, making it extra obvious. Failing to abide by the sign law will have severe consequences, said Tulsa medical marijuana attorney Stephen...
How to Spot an OMMA Secret Shopper

How to Spot an OMMA Secret Shopper

A new law that won’t go into effect until Jan. 1, 2024, authorizes the OMMA to employ secret shoppers who will buy marijuana and marijuana products from dispensaries, said Tulsa medical marijuana attorney Stephen Cale. The Number of Dispensaries Shopper Will Visit |...
OMMA Suspends Testing Lab License, Issues 99 Recalls | Cale Law Office

OMMA Suspends Testing Lab License, Issues 99 Recalls | Cale Law Office

The Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority (OMMA) has temporarily suspended a testing lab’s license and issued a recall for 99 medical marijuana products related to the lab’s alleged rules violations. The Testing Lab The OMMA issued its emergency order on May 20, 2022,...
Gov. Stitt to Sign Bill Halting New Medical Marijuana Grower, Dispensary, Processor Licenses For Two Years

Gov. Stitt to Sign Bill Halting New Medical Marijuana Grower, Dispensary, Processor Licenses For Two Years

Oklahoma will put a two-year stop on issuing new marijuana grower, dispensary, and processor licenses under a bill to be signed by the governor, said Tulsa medical marijuana attorney Stephen Cale. On May 20, the Oklahoma Legislature sent HB 3208 to Gov. Kevin Stitt...
New Law Strengthens Penalties For Marijuana Diversion

New Law Strengthens Penalties For Marijuana Diversion

A new law will increase fines for unlawful transfers of marijuana by medical marijuana businesses, employees, or agents of the business. It also increases fines for patients and caregivers who unlawfully transfer marijuana “for value.” The law will go into effect Nov....
Governor Signs Bill Giving OMMA Money To Sheriff Departments | Cale Law Office

Governor Signs Bill Giving OMMA Money To Sheriff Departments | Cale Law Office

A new law will create a fund to give some of the OMMA’s money to sheriff departments, said Tulsa medical marijuana attorney Stephen Cale. Gov. Kevin Stitt signed HB 3530 on May 9. It will take effect on July 1, 2022. The new law creates the County Sheriff Public...
Governor Signs Bill Expanding OMMA Police Powers | Cale Law Office

Governor Signs Bill Expanding OMMA Police Powers | Cale Law Office

The Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority (OMMA) will have greater police power under a new law signed by Gov. Kevin Stitt, said Tulsa medical marijuana attorney Stephen Cale. The governor signed SB 1543 on May 11. The measure separates the OMMA from the State Health...
Governor Approves Marijuana Exit Bag, Packaging and Labeling Bill | Cale Law Office

Governor Approves Marijuana Exit Bag, Packaging and Labeling Bill | Cale Law Office

Gov. Kevin Stitt on May 2nd approved a bill requiring dispensaries to use exit bags, said Tulsa medical marijuana attorney Stephen Cale. The bill, HB 3019, also makes changes to labeling requirements and allows for clear containers. Exit Package Beginning Nov. 1st,...
Oklahoma Supreme Court Serves Double Victory to Proponents of Adult Use, Medical Marijuana Initiatives

Oklahoma Supreme Court Serves Double Victory to Proponents of Adult Use, Medical Marijuana Initiatives

Proponents of medical and adult-use marijuana initiative petitions scored a double victory in the Oklahoma State Supreme Court this week, said Tulsa medical marijuana attorney Stephen Cale. Cale represented Jed Green and Kris Masterman of Oklahomans for Responsible...
New Law: Oklahoma Marijuana Growers Must Be At Least 1,000 Feet From Private Or Public School | Cale Law Office

New Law: Oklahoma Marijuana Growers Must Be At Least 1,000 Feet From Private Or Public School | Cale Law Office

Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt signed a bill on March 30th restricting how close medical marijuana growers can be to a public or private school, said Tulsa medical marijuana attorney Stephen Cale. The law went into effect immediately upon the governor’s signing. The...