Here's a link to the Unity Bill.
A new section of law to be codified in the Oklahoma Statutes as Section 427.13 of Title 63, unless there is created a duplication in numbering, reads as follows:
A. All medical marijuana and medical marijuana products shall be purchased solely from an Oklahoma-licensed medical marijuana business, and shall not be purchased from any out-of-state providers.
B. 1. The Authority shall have oversight and auditing responsibilities to ensure that all marijuana being grown in Oklahoma is accounted for and shall implement an inventory tracking system. Pursuant to these duties, the Authority shall require that each medical marijuana business keep records for every transaction with another medical marijuana business, patient or caregiver. Inventory shall be tracked and updated after each individual sale and reported to the Authority.
2. The inventory tracking system licensees use shall allow for integration of other seed-to-sale systems and, at a minimum, shall include the following:a. notification of when marijuana seeds are planted,
b. notification of when marijuana plants are harvested and destroyed,
c. notification of when marijuana is transported, sold, stolen, diverted or lost,
d. a complete inventory of all marijuana, seeds, plant tissue, clones, plants, usable marijuana or trim, leaves and other plant matter, batches of extract, and marijuana concentrates,
e. all samples sent to a testing laboratory, an unused portion of a sample returned to a licensee, all samples utilized by licensee for purposes of negotiating a sale, and
f. all samples used for quality testing by a licensee.
3. Each medical marijuana business shall use a seed-to-sale tracking system or integrate its own seed-to-sale tracking system with the seed-to-sale tracking system established by the Authority.
4. These records shall include, but not be limited to, the following:
a. the name and license number of the medical marijuana business that cultivated, manufactured or sold the medical marijuana or medical marijuana product,
b. the address and phone number of the medical marijuana business that cultivated, manufactured or sold the medical marijuana or medical marijuana product,
c. the type of product received during the transaction,
d. the batch number of the marijuana plant used,
e. the date of the transaction,
f. the total spent in dollars,
g. all point-of-sale records,
h. marijuana excise tax records, and
i. any additional information as may be reasonably required by the Department.
5. All inventory tracking records containing patient information shall comply with all relevant state and federal laws including, but not limited to, the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA), and shall not be retained by any medical marijuana business for more than sixty (60) days.