Cannabis boom: Why Oklahoma is a ‘wild wild west’on June 4, 2021 at 11:44 pm

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The conservative state’s hands-off approach has made it the hottest weed market in the US.

Why is Oklahoma – one of the ‘reddest’ states in the US – a “wild wild west” for the cannabis business in the US? And what does that mean for cannabis entrepreneurs like Jayne and Vic Grissom?

Reporting by Zhaoyin Feng

Filming and editing by Xinyan Yu

Special thanks to Searchlight New Mexico, Ed Williams

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