Ohio Medical Marijuana Amendment Petition Certified

COLUMBUS, Ohio — The Ohio Attorney General’s Office on Thursday certified the petition for a proposed amendment to the Ohio Constitution that would legalize marijuana for medicinal and industrial use in Ohio. Once the summary language and initial signatures are certified, the Ohio Ballot Board must determine if the amendment contains a single issue or multiple issues. Read the rest …

Shaking Out the Differences in Ohio’s Two Medical Marijuana Ballot Proposals

Today, Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine certified Grassroots Ohians’ petition summary, which laid out the group’s intended Medical Marijuana and Industrial Hemp amendment. With that, the state suddenly has two medical marijuana proposals in the works — each with the stated goal of landing on the November ballot. Read the full article here…

Ohio Medical Cannabis Campaign Cleared for Petition Circulation

The Marijuana Policy Project’s Ohio campaign to legalize medical cannabis has been cleared for signature gathering by the state ballot board. Now, the real work begins: The campaign must gather at least 305,591 valid signatures of registered voters from across the state by July 6 to make the 2016 November ballot. Read the rest of the article here…