Oklahoma Rep. 'infuriated' by emergency medical marijuana regulations

OKLAHOMA CITY -- Oklahoma Representative Forrest Bennett is infuriated by emergency medical marijuana regulations that were issued Tuesday by the Oklahoma State Department of Health for State Question 788.

The state board of health approved an emergency ban on smokable marijuana and will require pharmacists to be on hand at dispensaries.

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In a Facebook post, Bennett, of Oklahoma City, called the board's decision "infuriating," and said he'll vote Democrat in November as a result.

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