Marijuana Authority Swamped By Record Application Filings

  The Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority is under a siege of new applications and many are going unprocessed beyond the statutory 14 day mandate for processing. Last week the OMMA announced the closing of their robust call center, so that the personnel which takes more than 1000 calls per week can help dig out the processing department.   Melissa Miller, a spokesman for the State Health Department's Medical Marijuana Authority said that every effort is being made to hire...

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