By Allan Lengel
Oklahomans will vote whether to legalize medical marijuana.
So, the head of Oklahoma’s DEA office, Richard Salter, is going around delivering a 45-minute presentation, saying people need to know the facts. He says the bill is really about recreational use, not medical, News on 6 reports.
“I think Oklahoma will be the first state, if this passes, to have no qualifying medical condition. That means you go to the doctor and say, ‘Even though there’s nothing wrong with me, I’d like a medical marijuana card,’” Salter said.
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