Oklahoma's marijuana legalization initiative, State Question 820, would have allowed adults 21 and older to buy cannabis from licensed retailers for the state to regulate and tax sales, but voters didn't seem to want that last week.

Over 61% of voters said no to the state question and not a single of the state's 77 counties approved the measure, many are now questioning the reasons for such a scenario.

State Sen. Jessica Garvin, (R) said the reason for the decision might be the fact that residents want to change the current medical marijuana program, reported Pauls Valley Daily Democrat.

"I think the overwhelming results are also a clear sign that Oklahomans are not happy with the current medical marijuana program and want it to be reformed," Garvin said. "That is why this session, I have introduced a number of bills that will close loopholes in illegal activity, further protect children and make the program a true medical marijuana …

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