Ohio cannabis firms can turn to insurer for surety bonds
Entrepreneurs applying for medical marijuana business licenses in Ohio – but worried about having the financial cushion required by state law – can tap a source that’s typically not considered a go-to business resource for MJ firms: an insurance company.
Ohio’s medical cannabis law requires applicants to demonstrate their financial stability by showing escrow account balances of $750,000 for a Category 1 Cultivation license and $75,000 for a Category 2 cultivation license. In lieu of capital, companies also may post a surety bond issued by an authorized insurance company.
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