Oklahoma economy rides high in marijuana boom, dubbed ‘Wild West of Weed’
FOX Business chief national correspondent Connell McShane visits the Twisted Roo dispensary in Oklahoma, where the family business touts light regulation and a low-cost environment.
It is now lawful for adults to possess and use marijuana in Missouri.
However, residents can't yet legally buy it or use it everywhere.
While medical marijuana has been legal in the state since 2018, this year voters approved a constitutional amendment that legalized the drug for people ages 21 and up.
However, dispensaries are not yet able to sell marijuana for recreational use, schools and businesses can still prohibit it and applications for residents to grow their own won't be taken until January.
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