INDUSTRY DEVELOPMENTS Oklahoma Republican House legislators pitched a 12-point plan to tighten up one of the country's most business-friendly medical marijuana markets with a goal of curbing illicit activity. The plan comes weeks after law enforcement agencies seized roughly $500 million worth of illicit marijuana as part of a yearlong investigation. The plan includes: * Increased inspections of grow facilities. * A grant program for county sheriff's departments to fund law enforcement efforts. * Implementation of a seed-to-sale tracking system. * Standardized laboratory testing and equipment. * Enhanced product packaging standards. * Pre-license inspections and increased document requirements. * Stringent new reporting requirements on electric and water use by growers. * Making the current regulatory agency, the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority, a stand-alone entity instead of a division of the state health department.