Oklahomans will not get their chance to vote on recreational marijuana this fall after the state Supreme Court rejected a lawsuit seeking to put the measure on the ballot, reported The Oklahoman.

Justices unanimously decided that the petitioners in the lawsuit "cannot show that they have a clear right to get SQ820 on the November 2022 general election ballot," given the two legal complaints that still need to be formally dismissed and the fact that the signature counting process led to missing the August 29 deadline to get the initiative on the ballot.

"It …

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