If farm interests are successful, Oklahoma could amend its constitution to protect itself from those who are trying to change the face of agriculture in the state.

Months from now, in November 2016, the citizens of Oklahoma will vote on whether to adopt a constitutional amendment, called State Question 777, a Right to Farm measure.

Both North Dakota and Missouri have passed similar constitutional amendments. North Dakota’s Farming and Ranching Amendment passed by nearly 67% in 2012, and Missouri’s Right to Farm Amendment passed narrowly in 2014.

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