Medical marijuana presentation at State Capitol

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OKLAHOMA CITY – State Sen. Johnson will host a public education and awareness event at the State Capitol on Sunday from 1-4 p.m. on the science of medical marijuana, also known as cannabididol or CBD treatment.

Featured speakers will include experts in the use of medical marijuana, including Josh Stanley native Oklahoman as well as family members of epilepsy patients whose conditions are being successfully treated with medical marijuana.

Twenty states currently allow seriously ill patients to possess marijuana for medical purposes with physician’s recommendation.

Colorado is the leader among states in the successful roll out of medical marijuana dispensaries and production protocols.

According to a recently released Sooner Poll, 71.2 percent of Oklahomans’ say they support similar regulation of medical marijuana for this state.

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