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With recreational cannabis not yet legalized in Oklahoma, the state currently issues only medicinal cannabis licenses. Cannabis licenses are issued by the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority (OMMA). These licenses include:
A medical marijuana grower license authorizes a cannabis establishment in Oklahoma to legally cultivate or grow marijuana for medicinal purposes. Licensed growers are only permitted to sell to licensed processors and dispensaries.
This license permits a cannabis establishment to process marijuana for medicinal purposes in the state. Marijuana processor licensees are permitted to sell to licensed dispensaries and other marijuana processor licensees. This license also authorizes the licensee to process marijuana into a concentrated form for patient license holders for a fee. Oklahoma also issues a hazardous processor license and a non-hazardous process license.
Hazardous processor licenses are issued to medical marijuana processors that perform extraction methods that utilize chemicals considered hazardous by the OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) under 29 CFR § 1910.1200 of the OSHA Hazard Communication Standard.
Non-hazardous processor licenses are issued to marijuana processors that do not perform any extraction or processing methods requiring hazardous chemicals under 29 CFR § 1910.1200 of the OSHA Hazard Communication Standard.
A medical marijuana dispensary license authorizes a cannabis establishment to sell medicinal marijuana and medicinal marijuana products, including mature plants and seedlings. Licensed dispensaries are only permitted to sell to patients with valid licenses, caregivers with valid licenses, research license holders, and the legal guardian or parent identified on a minor patient's license.
A medical marijuana transporter license permits the licensee to legally transport medical marijuana from a licensed grower, processor, dispensary, or laboratory, to a licensed grower, processor, dispensary, laboratory, or researcher.
Oklahoma has two types of medical marijuana transporter licenses. There is a transporter license issued simultaneously as grower, processor, and dispensary licenses so that these medical marijuana businesses can transport their cannabis products to other licensed businesses. There is also a medical marijuana commercial transporter license, which is a standalone license allowing the holder to transport medical cannabis and medical cannabis products for other licensed marijuana businesses in the state. Holders of this standalone license cannot grow, process, or sell medical marijuana in the state.
This is a license required of every agent, employee, owner, and office of a commercial transporter licensee as well as licensed growers, processors, and dispensaries in Oklahoma. This license authorizes the transporter agents of a licensed business to transport medical marijuana and medical marijuana products to other cannabis businesses in the state.
A research facility license allows the licensee to grow, cultivate, possess, and transfer marijuana for the limited research purposes specified in the license application. The licensee may sell or donate the marijuana they cultivate or possess to other licensed research facilities and licensed testing laboratories.
This license authorizes the licensee to provide education and training to persons involved in the growing, cultivation, harvesting, curing, preparing, packaging, or testing of medicinal marijuana, or the production, manufacture, extraction, processing, packaging, or creation of medicinal-marijuana-infused products or medicinal marijuana products for the limited research and education purposes specified and approved in the license application.
This license authorizes the holder to transport and dispose of medical marijuana. Licensees must also apply for, and obtain, a waste disposal facility permits to operate additional locations.
OMMA issues a testing laboratory license to a facility that analyzes harvested and processed medicinal marijuana for the presence of hazardous pollutants.