Ohio medical marijuana grow licenses would be capped at 18, cost $200,000 | cleveland.com
Medical Marijuana Advocates Say Ohio Is Proposing Too Few sites | WOSU Radio
Ohio medical marijuana committee may permit up to 18 growers | The Columbus Dispatch
Ohio’s proposed medical marijuana rules would limit the state’s total amount of space for growing pot to what amounts to less than four football fields. New rules considered Tuesday by the Ohio Medical Marijuana Advisory Committee would permit 12 large growers and six smaller growers for the entire state, although that number could be increased later.
Ohio committee begins outlining medical marijuana laws | Dayton
The Ohio Medical Marijuana Advisory Committee announced the first steps Tuesday in regulating the drug in the buckeye state.
Gov. John Kasich signs medical marijuana bill into law | cleveland.com
Ohio resolution wants to put recreational marijuana on the ballot – The Stoned Society
Resolution J.R.6 could possibly legalize marijuana for recreational use in Ohio. That is, if it passes the Ohio House and Senate and the voters back the resolution on the ballot. To do so, it requires your help.
Resolution J.R.6 would establish a taxed and regulated system that would take marijuana of the criminal market, legalize it for adults aged 21 and older, and tax and regulate it similarly to alcohol. It has received a hearing earlier in 2013, but has since then not received a date for the second hearing.
What you can do
There are 2 things you can do to help: call your representatives to support J.R.6. or contact them by using the from supplied by the Marijuana Policy Project.