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The latest development in Ohio's much-delayed medical marijuana program.
Ohio is behind schedule for their medical marijuana rollout, but a new potential start date is in sight.
Spokespeople for the healthcare networks cited federal prohibition and lack of FDA approval as reasons for barring doctors from recommending cannabis treatments.
The cannabis industry in Ohio is beginning to blossom, and Riviera Creek is helping lead the crusade to provide medical marijuana to the people.
Licenses for growers, producers and dispensaries are still pending and the state's patient database isn't set up yet.
It’s a big year for legal bud.
Ohio still expects to have granted all the required licenses by the law's Sept. 8 deadline, but cultivators have yet to start growing.
The 57 dispensaries receiving licenses today represent just a fraction of the nearly 400 applications submitted, and three fewer than state law allows.
Cannabis industry hopefuls in Ohio will have to wait to get their foot in the door.