A Year After Ohio’s Medical Marijuana Bill Signed: Patients Waiting

A year after Ohio's medical marijuana bill signed:

The landscape has changed since Gov. John Kasich signed Ohio’s medical marijuana bill one year ago today.

Details of the new, tightly-controlled program began rolling out in November. The state began accepting applications for 24 grow licenses on Monday, and other businesses are preparing to apply for dispensary and processor licenses in a few months.

But much remains the same.

Patients still can’t buy legal marijuana here, and doctors can’t become certified to recommend it.

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