The Tulsa Regional Chamber has expressed its opposition to SQ788. (Wilson/KTUL) That’s what businesses asked the chamber a few weeks ago as the momentum built for State Question 788, and when they looked into it, they found themselves against it. “In our mind, this ballot proposition is more of a recreational marijuana bill under the pretense of medical marijuana,” he said. RELATED I Coalition of medical professionals, law enforcement filed papers to oppose SQ 788 “If this was something that was for rec, I would not have my name attached to it,” said cancer survivor Ray Jennings, a strong proponent of the bill. “Business is going to flourish; there’s going to be all kinds of jobs that this is going to create, and good paying jobs.” “The liability that a company could be held liable for because of what some employee could do that could cause enormous danger to a community,” said Neal. Medical marijuana: Good or bad for business?
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