OKLAHOMA CITY – The group ‘Oklahomans For Change’ rallied at the state capitol, hoping to get the attention of state leaders.
They said there is widespread support for legalizing marijuana for medical purposes.
But, it appears several delays will keep the state question off the general election ballot in November.
Proofreaders at the state election board are preparing November’s ballot for printing.
The deadline for state question changes was last week.
For Graceyn Kennedy, 8, medical marijuana may hold the key to a debilitating seizure disorder.
“We’ve done everything we can do legally, and we’re still having seizures,” said Graceyn’s mom, Mindy Kennedy. “If we can help