Senate approves bill to expand state program


** In October, an Ohio lawmaker introduced a bill to legalize marijuana, as seen in the video above. **

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Many clinics in Ohio can sell medical drugs marijuana, growers can grow more of it, and with more conditions will be eligible to use it in conditions The law was passed on Wednesday by the Republican-led state Senate.

Doctors may recommend cannabis to treat any medical condition if they conclude that a patient would be “reasonably expected” to find relief or benefit.

The regulation of pharmacies will move from the pharmacy board to a new Cannabis Control Division within the Department of Commerce.

Republican physician and Representative Steve Huffman said the changes he proposed are intended to improve the program developed since Ohio legalized medical marijuana in 2016.

Proposal now moves to Home. Senate approves bill to expand state program


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