‘Just Say No’ to SQ 820
On March 7, 2023, Oklahoma voters will go to the polls to consider State Question 820, a proposal that would legalize recreational marijuana use in Oklahoma.
The following resources underscore why Oklahomans should vote ‘no’ on SQ 820.
Messenger Insight 23.5 – Why Oklahomans Should Vote No on SQ 820
Hear pastors Kenny Mossman and Jeremy Smith voice concern about the recreational marijuana state question on March 7 in Oklahoma.
Sword & Trowel: Will you show up to vote on March 7?
On Tuesday, March 7, Oklahoma voters face a state question that is not humorous in any way.
We will have the opportunity to go to the polls and reject State Question 820, which would legalize recreational marijuana leading to further disastrous consequences for our state…
Editorial: Resolved to ‘Just Say No’ to SQ 820
On Tuesday, March 7—three months from today—Oklahoma voters will have the opportunity to kick a cultural bad habit to the curb before it starts. To be specific, voters will consider State Question 820, which would legalize the recreational use of marijuana in our state. For a host of reasons, voters should reject SQ 820….
Sword & Trowel: Is Oklahoma Going to Pot?
For some Oklahomans who have lived in the Sooner State for decades, it seems like we too have awakened to find ourselves in a place like Pottersville in just a short matter of years…
Sword & Trowel: Is Oklahoma Going to Pot - Part 2
In my last column, I voiced concern about the rapid advancement of legalized marijuana in Oklahoma. I specifically raised concerns about State Question 820, a forthcoming ballot measure which would legalize recreational marijuana in our state…
Marijuana, Mental Illness, and Violence
Seventy miles northwest of New York City is a hospital that looks like a prison, its drab brick buildings wrapped in layers of fencing and barbed wire. This grim facility is called the Mid-Hudson Forensic Psychiatric Institute. It’s one of three places the state of New York sends the criminally mentally ill—defendants judged not guilty by reason of insanity…
First Person: Oklahoma Going to Pot?
U.S. Interstate Highway 35 will forever be under construction. This reality was reinforced to me by my drive back from Falls Creek this summer. My GPS, in its infinite wisdom, chose to send me up State Highway 77…
Blog: Former Marijuana User's Testimony Highlights Gospel
For Erik Steckman, marijuana was the drug of choice. And that’s where the choice ended. From that point forward, he progressed through a long drug addiction that landed him face-to-barrel with a .357 magnum revolver…
Doyle's Half Dozen: Six Takeaways from SQ 820
This DHD covers an issue that is very important to Oklahomans. It’s especially important at this time because in less than a month, on March 7, a special state election will happen that allows voters to decide whether or not recreational marijuana should be legal in Oklahoma…