Ohio medical marijuana program

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There are only four medical marijuana dispensaries open in Ohio at this point but in the last two weeks, they’ve sold more than a half million dollars worth of product.

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State Auditor Dave Yost says he’s found dozens of problems with Ohio’s Medical Marijuana Program, and he’s questioning the legality of one of the actions it took. 

Statehouse News Bureau

Ohio’s medical marijuana program went into effect on September 8, 2016 yet two years later, the drug hasn’t been dispensed to anyone. It was supposed to be fully operational on September 8th of this year but that’s not happening. Here's why.

The state has issued the first license for a large-scale medical marijuana cultivator under Ohio’s medical marijuana program. 

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The state’s medical marijuana program is not going to be ready for patients on the projected start date on September 8. And there's no clear idea on when it will begin.

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There’s now a clearer picture of who will be allowed to open medical marijuana dispensaries in Ohio and where they can be located. 

There was bad news for some of those challenging the process behind the state’s medical marijuana program, but that’s good news for its future.