Physician sues state over medical marijuana rules |

CLEVELAND COUNTY, Okla. –  A lawsuit has been filed in Cleveland County by a D.O. from Moore, claiming the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority (OMMA) is using ‘legaleeze’ to prevent Oklahomans from getting medical marijuana.

“There are a number of poison pills designed to defeat the intent of 788,” said attorney Chad Moody.

He claims there are loopholes in Oklahoma’s emergency medical marijuana laws. Moody’s client, Dr. Scott Evans, claims he has given recommendations to a number of his patients for medical marijuana, and some, but not all, of their applications have been denied.

“He is losing business and suffering reputational harm,” said Moody.

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