Tulsans try and make sense of the rewritten marijuana ballot that could appear this November

Posted at 5:46 PM, Aug 31, 2016
and last updated 2016-08-31 18:47:10-04

Just weeks after the marijuana petition met enough signatures to be placed on the 2016 ballot, Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt modified the proposal using different language. 

Pruitt, who released the document on Aug. 25, has been scrutinized for rewriting the proposal in a manner that may force state officials to reconsider issuing the measure for a vote this election cycle. 

We spoke to people in the Tulsa area about how they interpreted the rewritten proposal . 

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