Restrictions Will Be Regulated by the OMMA
Video Transcribed: So we are continuing with the question of, what does Oklahoma State Question 820 say? I am Tulsa medical marijuana business lawyer, Ope Adegbuyi.
So this section talks about regulations or restrictions on the licenses themselves. And so the section of State Question 820 says that the adult use licenses are restricted by the OMMA inspection rules, and county/city permits, and then also that the 1000-feet perimeter requirements still apply.
Additionally, no adult-use licensee may transfer tobacco or alcoholic beverages from the same location as marijuana, and no adult-use licensee may also import or export any marijuana in and out of Oklahoma according to federal law until that law changes.
Then lastly, the certificate of compliance must be submitted with the application for an adult use business.
Basically, the restrictions of the licenses are kind of similar to the ones that we have for the medical marijuana business licenses, where you’re supposed to get your city permits for your business locations. The perimeter wall of your business is not supposed to be within 1000 feet of a school’s property line. The OMMA would still have discretion and complete inspection and stuff like that. Then your certificate of compliance is also supposed to be submitted with your application. And so we’re kind of seeing similar things with the medical marijuana business rules already.
For more information, you can contact me, an OMMA attorney in Tulsa, at oklahomamedicalmarijuana.attorney.