Protest at the Courthouse

Medical Marijuana Tracking System Under Fire

Citizens gathered Thursday morning at the Okmulgee County Courthouse to show their opposition to the OSDH and Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority contract with Florida-based Metrc for the seed-to-sale tracking system.  A lawsuit has been filed by Ronald E Durbin, II with Durbin Law Firm of Tulsa and a hearing was scheduled for April 29 on the matter.  The OMMA announced Wednesday it is extending the beginning inventory period for the tracking system through June 30. It was originally set to go into effect May 1. This decision was made in accordance with a court agreement made in Okmulgee County District Court.