- Oklahomans for Responsible Cannabis Action -

The Oklahoma Cannabis Enforcement and Transparency Act

About ORCA

Oklahomans for Responsible Cannabis Action is a Oklahoma registered and based 501(c)4 not for profit  incorporation. This organization has been founded by Jed Green with help of professional associates brought in to serve as founding and interim leadership. Their task is to establish the organization and structure with the intent of stepping back into ancillary support roles as the organization grows and a long term structure developed based on interest and support from the Cannabis Community and Industry.

Read the Medical Petition

Our Position

Who Is ORCA? OKlahomans for Responsible Cannabis Action is a Oklahoma registered and based 501(c)4 not for profit  incorporation. This organization has been founded by

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Read the Recreational Petition

Our Purpose

Advocacy

We support the growth and development of the Oklahoma Cannabis community.

Education

We are information center for the public and our legislatures and law makers.

Action

We are organization here to protect the integrity of Oklahoma Cannabis programs.

Why are petitions necessary at this time?

There are many reasons. Foremost, advancement of Cannabis policy and enforcement of those policies is lagging behind community and industry growth in Oklahoma. It isn’t enough for us to sit on the sidelines or struggle to pass common sense law and regulation. Much of the policy contained in the petitions is adopted (patient protections) but needs tweaked and enshrined as constitutional right; or has been proposed by our community and supporters in the legislature but hasn’t made it, because of politics. Sometimes the people have to stand and give a stamp of approval to get the job done.

Some of these issues include a freestanding state agency dedicated to Cannabis, Hemp and Marijuana in Oklahoma, clear cut funding for enforcement and auxiliary educational and research efforts of medical marijuana, support of industrial hemp infrastructure development, transparency in the statutory and regulatory process to name a few.

Here is what you can do to help!

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