HB 1014: Prohibits new medical marijuana dispensaries from being established within 900 feet of any place of worship owned, leased, rented or borrowed for at least twelve months and used no less than biweekly for worship services. Authored by Rep. Jim Olsen. DORMANT
HB 1347: Directs the Medical Marijuana Authority to begin competitive bidding to solicit and implement a seed-to-sale inventory tracking system for marijuana businesses. Authored by Rep. Scott Fetgatter. DORMANT
HB 1350: Creates temporary licenses for medical marijuana growers, dispensaries, processors and transporters to be acquired prior to full permanent licensure and excludes firefighters from certain marijuana-related restrictions. Authored by Rep. Scott Fetgatter. DORMANT
HB 1457: Excludes the growing, cultivating and producing of medical marijuana from agricultural activities and from being classified as farmland, as relating to exemptions to constituting nuisance. Authored by Rep. Kenton Patzkowsky. DORMANT
HB 1716: Creates temporary licenses for medical marijuana growers, dispensaries, processors and transporters to be acquired prior to full permanent licensure. Authored by Rep. T.J. Marti. DORMANT
HB 1717: Adds adult use recreational marijuana to the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Patient Protection Act. Authored by Rep. T.J. Marti. DORMANT
HB 1734: Requires all locations where marijuana is sold to have a conspicuous sign with certain warning information related to the consumption of THC while pregnant. Authored by Rep. Tammy Townley. DORMANT
HB 1892: Requires all medical marijuana commercial growers and processors to pay an annual environmental cleanup fee to OMMA. Funds to be spent to support cleanup of environmental pollution related to the marijuana industry. Authored by Rep. Josh Cantrell. DORMANT
HB 2095: Forbids the employment of undocumented workers by licensed medical marijuana growers, revokes licenses for medical marijuana tax noncompliance and establishes various provisions for cooperation with OMMA and law enforcement. Authored by Rep. Jon Echols. SIGNED
HB 2101: Allows an Oklahoma tax deduction equal to the amount of any deduction for business expenses incurred for licensed medical marijuana business activity within this state which was disallowed for the same tax year pursuant to specific IRS codes. Authored by Rep. Forrest Bennett. DORMANT
HB 2225: Prohibits an individual, legal, or commercial business entity that holds a business licenses issued by OMMA from providing or having any proprietary or pecuniary interest in a victims impact panel program. Authored by Rep. Ross Ford. DORMANT
HB 2280: Increases registration fees for medical marijuana manufacturing businesses producing controlled dangerous substances. Authored by Rep. Jon Echols. DORMANT
HB 2282: Provides for the annulment of regulations related to controlled dangerous substances and expands regulations governing the seizure and disposal of such substances when entities are stripped of the right to possess them. Authored by Rep. Jon Echols. SIGNED
HB 2428: Requires all growers, processors, dispensaries, and transporters of medical marijuana obtain temporary licenses first to expire or be renewed as an annual license, provides guidelines surrounding temporary licensure. Authored by Rep. Stan May. DORMANT
SB 15X: Increases the registration fee for manufacturers, wholesalers and distributors of certain controlled dangerous substances for scientific purposes; EMERGENCY. Authored by Sen. Roger Thompson. TO THE GOVERNOR
SB 116: Prohibits any medical marijuana commercial grower from being located within 1,000 feet of a place of worship. Authored by Sen. David Bullard. DORMANT
SB 117: Requires medical marijuana growers and processors to acquire certain water use permits from the Water Resources Board prior to being licensed. Authored by Sen. Micheal Bergstrom. DORMANT
SB 133: Excludes marijuana production from agriculture sales tax exemptions. Authored by Sen. David Bullard. DORMANT
SB 134: Adjusts licensing requirements for various medical marijuana businesses to include a temporary license step prior to authorization for an annual license and requiring various authorizations and documents prior to final approval. Authored by Sen. Cody Rogers. DORMANT
SB 177: Directs the Medical Marijuana Authority to offer no less than three and no more than five inventory tracking system options for licensees, options to be chosen via a competitive bidding process. Authored by Sen. Cody Rogers. DORMANT
SB 264: Updates various duties and powers of the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority relating to operations. Authored by Sen. Jessica Garvin. DORMANT
SB 389: Provides for an income tax deduction to medical marijuana businesses unable to claim certain equivalent federal business tax benefits. Authored by Sen. Jessica Garvin. DORMANT
SB 439: Requires physicians recommending medical marijuana to a patient to examine the patient in person and establishes specific physician recommendation requirements when the patient is a minor. Authored by Sen. Jessica Garvin. DORMANT
SB 645: Establishes standards for pre-packaged medical marijuana product sales, directs the Medical Marijuana Authority to create rules to allow for pre-packaged products to be returned to dispensaries or to producers. Authored by Sen. Jessica Garvin. DORMANT
SB 689: Permits boards of county commissioners to create nuisance ordinances related to the odors coming from meat facilities and marijuana grow operations. Authored by Sen. Jack Stewart. DORMANT
SB 806: Requires applicants for a medical marijuana business license provide proof that the applicant has possessory right to the real estate where the business will operate; prohibits license transfer without the permission of OMMA. Authored by Sen. Brent Howard. DORMANT
SB 810: Upon approval by the Authority, provides an exemption for waste transportation between two licensed facilities, provided the facilities are licensed under the same license holder. Authored by Sen. Jessica Garvin. DORMANT
SB 885: Requires utility companies and water suppliers to require certain verification prior to service and report suspicious activity by marijuana associated businesses to the Corporation Commission. Authored by Sen. George Burns. DORMANT
SB 913: Requires applicants for a commercial grower license to file a bond with their application, deems it unlawful to operate without acquiring a bond. Authored by Sen. Darcy Jech. SIGNED
SB 1117: Providing income tax deduction for certain expenses of licensed medical marijuana business. Authored by Sen. Cody Rogers. DORMANT
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