Oklahoma governor Mary Fallin sets an election date for the medical marijuana ballot measure.


Fallin filed an executive proclamation placing State Question 788 on the ballot for the June 26th primary election. If approved by voters, the measure would permit doctors to recommend a patient, at least 18 years of age, for a state-issued medical marijuana license. 


A license holder would be allowed to legally possess up to 3 ounces of the drug, six mature plants and six seedlings.