This article was published originally on Cannabis Culture By Jackie Borchardt, Cleveland.com on February 18, 2016 The only group actively collecting signatures to put a marijuana legalization measure on the Ohio ballot this year has paused its campaign. Instead, the Legalize Ohio 2016 campaign will work with Marijuana Policy
0 By Tom Angellon February 16, 2016Health & Medicine, Law & Politics Original Source : Marjiuana.com Last month, national legalization group Marijuana Policy Project (MPP) took observers by surprise in announcing that it would work to put a medical cannabis initiative on Ohio’s ballot this November. While the measure has not
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Legislative leaders and statewide officers weighed in Thursday on how Ohio should address the issue of medical marijuana, with most agreeing that the matter is not going away. State lawmakers have been examining how to address medical marijuana since Ohio voters overwhelmingly rejected a ballot initiative in November that sought to […]
Leaders of a Native American church have sued the U.S. Postal Service in federal court after the government seized marijuana that church leaders say was intended for religious use by a member in Ohio. Leaders of the Utah-based Oklehueha Native American Church said the federal government violated their right to religious freedom when authorities seized marijuana intended for use as part of “Native American spiritual healing practices” by a member who suffers from cancer. Joy…
Cannabis News: High Finance Report High Finance Report is a serious, comprehensive look at the business of cannabis news. This episode features Deleware’s first dispensary, along with a report on Responsible Ohio. You will find reports on businesses, stocks, investments, and technology that is focused on the cannabis trade.