Out-of-state medical marijuana patients to be allowed to buy in Oklahoma

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Out-of-state medical marijuana cardholders will qualify for temporary licenses to purchase cannabis products in Oklahoma, and that could lead to an uptick in sales for the state’s MMJ retailers and growers.

Patients with valid out-of-state medical marijuana IDs qualify for a $100, 30-day renewable temporary license that allows them to buy, use or grow MMJ in the Sooner State, according to TV station KTHV.

The allowance for out-of-state patients could attract customers from neighboring Arkansas, where nearly 6,500 people have

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