Oklahoma State Question 820 Will Not Regulate Laws in Effect Prior to It
Video Transcribed: Okay, so we’re continuing with the question about what state question A20 says. I am Oklahoma medical marijuana business attorney, Ope Adegbuyi.
So, we’re going to be going through state question 820. Basically, section by section, trying to dissect and decipher what the state question is actually about.
And so, the first part of the state question 820 states that the proposed act would not regulate laws that prohibit delivery or distribution of marijuana to people under 21; operating or being in control of a motorized form of transport while being under the influence; consumption of marijuana while operating or being in a control of a motorized form of transport; smoking marijuana while riding as a passenger of a motorized form of transport or while it’s being operated; possession or consumption of marijuana and its accessories on school grounds or buses or in correctional facilities; smoking or vaping marijuana in a public place; undertaking a task while under the influence that would be considered negligent or professional malpractice.
And so basically, that section is trying to say that the act is not going to regulate or touch any of those laws or rules that had already been in effect prior to this act, so basically driving or operating under the influence, or being under 21 and using marijuana. And so, that first part is just telling you, okay, this is now what this act is going to do.
And so, we are going to move into what the act is going to do in my next video. You can find out more information from a medical marijuana business attorney in Tulsa, contact me at oklahomamedicalmarijuana.attorney. Thank you.