Voters in Oklahoma approved a measure on June 26, 2018, that gives physicians broad discretion to prescribe medical marijuana. It also restricts employers from taking action against applicants or employees solely based on their status as a medical marijuana license holder or due to a positive drug test result. Medical marijuana license holders in the state will be permitted to legally possess up to three ounces of marijuana on their person and up to eight ounces in their residence, along with specified amounts of edible marijuana, concentrated marijuana and plants. Although the law permits issuance of a license to applicants 18 or older, it does allow those younger than 18 to obtain a license under certain circumstances. Unlike most states who have signed similar laws, there are no qualifying medical conditions in Oklahoma.