Activists seeking to legalize marijuana for all adults in Oklahoma have officially filed an initiative to do just that.

Michelle Tilley and Ryan Kiesel, executive director of the American Civil Liberties Union of Oklahoma, filed State Question 807 with the Oklahoma Secretary of State’s Office this week. Once the language of the initiative passes through a review as well as a challenge period (where it can be challenged on its legal viability), they will have 90 days to collect 178,000 signatures from registered Oklahoma voters. This is the second time the pair has filed such an initiative.

“An overwhelming majority of Oklahomans from across the political spectrum support reforming the marijuana laws…

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