State Question 813 Is Waiting on a Decision by the Oklahoma Supreme Court to Find Out If They Can Start Collecting Signatures to Get on a Future Ballot
This is Tulsa Cannabis Business Attorney Isaiah Brydie, where we operate OK Cannabis Law Office. We do Oklahoma medical cannabis law. We’re coming to you today to discuss delivery service that is in state question 813. It is section 29 of the state question.
As explained in an earlier video, that Oklahoma state question 813 is currently waiting on a decision by the Oklahoma Supreme Court to find out if they can start collecting signatures to get this on a future ballot.
So what we want to do is discuss the delivery service in this. There’s been a lot of need for delivery service, and currently, we don’t have it. For whatever reason, we do not have it. In state question 813, the delivery service section is pretty simple.
Number one, a medical marijuana dispensary shall at its discretion be permitted to offer delivery services to Oklahoma medical marijuana authority licensed patients. The delivery vehicle used shall have appropriate insurance.
The person performing the delivery shall be a licensed driver. The patient has been informed of any and all delivery fees. The delivery vehicle shall be a nondescript vehicle with no industry marking or marking collateral. And the delivery person shall be employed by the dispensary or delivery company.
Delivery shall be made to the patient’s home or the patient’s place of employment. It’s pretty simple. If a dispensary owner wants to hire a third party to make deliveries, they can do that, as long as they provide the patient with upfront pricing for fees and… What is it called? Any and all delivery fees.
If they want to have their employees do it, then they must have the appropriate insurance in a vehicle that’s nondescript and their employee will make the delivery. Pretty simple. Hopefully, we can get this passed because we definitely need delivery service in Oklahoma to our medical patients. So stay tuned, for more. If you have any questions, please reach out via phone or email to speak with a Tulsa medical marijuana attorney.