We think the writing team must have a typo because we checked Justia and the OSCN and could not find a statute numbered "Title 63 O.S. § 420".
So, it could be implied that;
We know that no patient is allowed to have any seedlings until after Sept. 3rd. They are not allowed to have mature plants until October 27th. But the emergency rules state that the patients cannot buy the cannabis plants at any licensed commercial grower, laboratory, processing plant or dispensary.
310:681-7-2 Prohibited Products
So home-growing cannabis patients have no authorized source specified in these rules. The licensed growers are banned from selling plants to patients. the Dispensaries are banned from having any natural plant products in the retail facility. This is a 'catch 22' which makes every would-be homegrower either have to go to the home of another cannabis patient and somehow go home with some clones(seedling clips). Otherwise they are forced by these rules to go to the black market and thus violate their obligation to the rules & lose their license.
Will the Dept. of Health adopt a 'Don't Ask- Don't tell' policy for home growers and commercial growers? These seriously ill patients deserve and ought to demand an answer. I asked the public information officer this very question and not only could she not answer it; but she seems to have not thought about it or heard any discussion of it.
I'd bet there is either an answer which they overlooked and didn't announce, or they're going to get on the issue quickly. This rules development team has been very prompt and we expect no different. the board members are a whole other lot.
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