legalize Petition To Legalize Marijuana In Ohio Clears First Ballot Board Hurdle By Jo Ingles • May 17, 2018 Statehouse News Bureau Backers of a constitutional amendment that would allow the state to allow voters to decide to regulate marijuana like alcohol will soon able to start collecting signatures to put it before voters. Proposed Medical Marijuana Amendment Clears Hurdle By Jo Ingles • May 11, 2018 Statehouse News Bureau Backers of a proposed constitutional amendment to make marijuana legal in Ohio have passed the first big hurdle in that process. Bill Meant To Correct Flaws In Ohio's Medical Marijuana Program Draws Mixed Reactions By Jo Ingles • Apr 20, 2018 Statehouse News Bureau Ohio’s medical marijuana program is supposed to be fully operational on September 8. But there are court battles over problems with the process of choosing cultivators. Some fear it might delay the start of the program. Pot And Puppies - Just Two Of The Issues That Could Be On The Ballot In 2018 By Jo Ingles • Dec 29, 2017 Jo Ingles and Rich Blue For the next seven months, a few groups will be circulating petitions, trying to get enough valid signatures to put specific issues on the 2018 general ballot. Marijuana Legalization Plan Might Be Coming To 2018 Ohio Ballot By Jo Ingles • Dec 8, 2017 Jo Ingles Another issue to legalize marijuana might be heading to the Ohio ballot next year. The effort will be announced Monday. Ohio Legislature Passes Medical Marijuana Bill By Jo Ingles • May 26, 2016 Andy Chow After nearly twenty years of trying, backers of a bill to allow medical marijuana in the Buckeye state are celebrating a historic vote by the Ohio Legislature, and is headed to the governor. Group That Wants Medical Marijuana On Ballot Is Gearing Up For Action By Jo Ingles • Feb 22, 2016 Statehouse News Bureau A new poll conducted for the Marijuana Policy Project shows three of four Ohio voters surveyed support amending the state constitution to allow medical marijuana.