HB 2012: Creates the Oklahoma Marijuana Act of 2021, by Rep. Townley and Sen. Weaver. (Also listed in the Dispensaries section.) DORMANT
HB 2989: Requires anyone seeking to obtain a commercial grower license to be approved by a public vote in the county or counties where the facility is located, authored by Rep. Russ. DORMANT
HB 3461: Prohibits commercial grow operations near places of worship, schools or childcare centers, authored by Rep. Grego. DORMANT
HB 3827: Requires commercial growers to register as an environmentally sensitive crop owner, authored by Rep. Newton. DID NOT PASS
HB 3891: Requires commercial grow operations to be at least 1,000 feet away from any public school, authored by Rep. Townley. DID NOT PASS
HB 4416: Directs commercial growers to annually submit certain information to the OMMA, authored by Rep. D. Lowe. DORMANT
HB 4432: Requires commercial growers to display outdoor signage, authored by Rep. Patzkowsky. DORMANT
SB 1511: Imposes certain restrictions on the location of commercial grower operations, authored by Sen. Rosino and Rep. Pfeiffer. SIGNED
SB 1697: Requires commercial growers to acquire a bond of at least $25,000 for each license held, authored by Sen. Jech. DID NOT PASS
SB 1718: Places a freeze on all new commercial grower licenses until the OMMA conducts an inspection and financial audit of existing licensees, authored by Sen. Merrick. DORMANT
SB 1726: Includes commercial grow operations in restrictions on the establishment of medical marijuana business infrastructure near schools and includes technology centers, authored by Sen. Leewright. SIGNED
SB 1747: Establishes standards for determining the value of damaged or destroyed marijuana plants, and provides liability protections to aerial applicators against claims by indoor grow operations, and directs the OMMA to track plant value, authored by Sen. Murdock. DORMANT
Definitions for the listed status:
- Dormant: These bills were not referred out of the committees in their originating legislative chamber. These bills will not be heard this session, unless the Legislature takes an action to change the status.
- In the House: A committee passed the bill to the full House of Representatives for consideration. House Bills (prefixed with an HB) must still be considered by the Senate if they pass the House.
- In the Senate: A committee passed the bill to the full Senate for consideration. Senate Bills (prefixed with an SB) must still be considered by the House of Representatives if they pass the Senate.
- In Conference: Different versions of these bills passed in each legislative chamber. Legislators from each chamber will discuss ways to reconcile those differences. If the legislators reach an agreement, each chamber would have an opportunity to vote on any changes since they originally passed it. Bills making it all the way through this process are then sent to the Governor for consideration.
- Failed: The House of Representatives or Senate voted to reject the bill.
- To the Governor: The full House of Representatives and Senate each voted to pass the bill. It is under consideration by the Governor and will become law if he signs it.
- Signed: The Legislature passed the bill, and the Governor signed it. It will become law on its listed effective date.
- Did Not Pass: The bill passed one house of the Legislature, but not both, before the legislative session ended May 27.