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Anti-Abortion Legislation, Medical Marijuana Lawsuit & Governor Stitt's Appointments


Anti-Abortion Legislation, Medical Marijuana Lawsuit & Governor Stitt's AppointmentsThe trio also discusses a lawsuit against a law to regulate the medical marijuana industry and Governor Stitt makes appointments to three state boards. Tags: Anti-abortionSenate Bill 195Julie DanielsMark LepakDonald Trumpmedical marijuanaJulie EzellUnity Billlegislative deadline2019 Legislative SessionKevin StittOffice of Juvenile AffairsMental Health and Substance AbuseOklahoma Health Care AuthorityabortionTweetShareGoogle+Email Related Content Fifteen Bills StateImpact Is Watching In The 2019 Oklahoma Legislature By Jackie Fortier, Quinton Chandler & Rachel Hubbard & Caroline Halter • Mar 15, 2019 LLUDO / FLICKR (CC BY-NC-SA 2.0) With a huge freshman class and a promise for less gridlock, Oklahoma lawmakers filed more than 2,800 bills this legislative session. With a third of the session now over, the StateImpact team has an update on some bills were following. Health Oklahoma Drug and Mental Health Courts Could Get More Funding Under New Bill By Quinton Chandler • Mar 19, 2019 Quinton Chandler / StateImpact Oklahoma Millions of dollarsto make more room in the states drug courts, mental health courts, and community sentencing programs could be a possibility under a bill now being considered by the Oklahoma Senate. State Representative John Waldron wants the Legislature to authorize a new fund to pay for up to 875 additional people to be diverted into treatment programs instead of prison. Oklahoma Bill Making Some Crimes Retroactive Could Have Unintended Consequences By Quinton Chandler • Mar 8, 2019 Quinton Chandler / StateImpact Oklahoma Tracy Smallwood says her life before she went to prison was just dead time. I was always in a room just



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