An Oklahoma House committee passed a proposed bill on Tuesday that would allow medical marijuana delivery services in the state.
House Bill 3227, authored by Rep. Jon Echols, would create the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana and Patient Protection Act, which would allow licensed medical marijuana dispensaries to contract with medical marijuana transporters in the delivery of marijuana products to patients, legal guardians of patients who are minors, and caregivers.
The bill states medical marijuana products can only be delivered to private residences and cannot be delivered to anyone or any home more than once in the same day.
A House committee passed the bill in a 7-0 vote. It will now head to the House floor.