Ohio Towns Move to Block Medical Cannabis Businesses
Several Ohio municipalities are moving to block marijuana businesses from opening within their borders just weeks ahead of the launch of the state’s medical marijuana program.
A few cities have put six-month moratoriums on marijuana dispensaries, growers and processors, while several others have similar legislation in the works, according to Cleveland.com.
Ohio’s medical marijuana law goes into effect Sept 8, and business licenses won’t likely be announced for at least six months. So the six-month moratoriums may not matter, the paper reported.
The towns that have passed six-month moratoriums on licensed marijuana businesses include: Lakewood, Beavercreek, Troy and Piqua.
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