According to the Cannabis Business Times
Oklahoma may become the next state to legalize adult-use cannabis, as voters have their say on the matter during a single-issue special election. State Question 820 was left off the ballot last fall, after the Oklahoma Supreme Court flagged the petitioners for a missed deadline (long story), but Gov. Kevin Stitt called this March 7 vote specifically to give the electorate a shot at the issue.
If SQ 820 passes, Oklahoma will be the 22nd state to legalize adult-use cannabis. This move would follow state voters’ 2018 passage of medical cannabis legalization (by a 57-43 margin).