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Two groups sue state over last-minute marijuana regulations

The lawsuits claim the board overstepped it's authority

Fallin signs Oklahoma’s first medical marijuana rules including controversial amendments pushed by health leaders

Gov. Mary Fallin expects the regulations to be modified.

Board of health votes to require a pharmacist in medical marijuana dispensaries and limits smokable products

Gov. Mary Fallin has 45 days to either sign or disapprove the rules.

Regulations may cap sky-high air ambulance bills, but companies say they could limit critical care

Air ambulances are exempt from health care billing regulations.

Updated: June 27, 2018 | 12:10 am

Oklahoma voters approve state question to legalize medical marijuana

Preliminary results show 58% voted 'yes' on SQ 788.
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Oklahoma suicide rate up 36 percent since 1999

Oklahoma is one of 25 states that saw rates climb more than 30 percent
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