Testing rule worries Ohio medical marijuana advocates

Medical marijuana advocates in Ohio are concerned a little-known rule that stipulates who can test cannabis products could delay the launch of the program. Under the state’s MMJ law, private laboratories will not be allowed to test medical cannabis for the first year of the program, the Cincinnati Enquirer reported. Instead, the state’s public universities will be responsible for testing. However, universities may decline to test medical marijuana products because cannabis remains illegal at the federal level illegal. By testing an illegal product, schools would technically be breaking U.S. law and risk losing federal funding, and so far they’ve shown ... Testing rule worries Ohio medical marijuana advocates is a post from: Marijuana Business Daily: Financial, Legal & Cannabusiness news for cannabis entrepreneurs