Oklahoma Supreme Court Rejects Two Challenges To Marijuana Legalization Initiative, Signaling That Final Ballot Ruling Is Imminent

The Oklahoma Supreme Court shot down two out of four legal challenges against a marijuana legalization initiative on Friday, giving activists a couple of wins as the justices consider the remaining complaints as well as a broader decision on whether the measure will be officially placed on the November ballot.

The Court gave both petitioners a shortened window to request a rehearing because of the timeliness of the ballot issue, seemingly setting the court up to make a final ruling next week on whether the initiative can go before voters this year.

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