Norman dispensaries desire further operational clarity with future cannabis legislation – Norman Transcript

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Many Norman dispensaries welcome a recent implementation of additional laws for their industry and hope the changes and future cannabis legislation will provide operational clarity and significantly decrease illegal business activity.

Emergency rules from House Bill 2646 and Senate Bill 1033 went into effect for the state’s cannabis industry Monday.

The laws brought changes to how dispensaries can display and show patients marijuana, laboratory testing requirements, legalities surrounding the sourcing of pre-rolled joints and the working relationship between the Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs and the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority.

According to House Bill 2646, dispensaries can now package and sell pre-rolled joints, provided they don’t exceed one gram in weight. Until this month, only licensed processors could fill them.

Processors may still fill pre-rolls at a weight exceeding a gram.

Aubrey Mayberry, manager of Bud Brothers Coughy Shop, sees an opportunity to cut out the middleman with the new pre-roll law.

“Dispensaries are able to see the exact flower that’s going into the pre-roll, so there’s no question of quality from the processor or anything like that,” Mayberry said.

Mayberry said his

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