Seven private companies have applied to test medical cannabis in Ohio, bringing the total number of testing laboratory candidates in the state to nine – along with Hocking Technical College and Central State University.
The state’s medical cannabis law originally required testing to be performed by institutes of higher education; however, regulators opened up the sector to private companies after just two colleges applied in order to ensure enough facilities are online to meet industry demand.
The private applicants, and the sites of their proposed facilities, include:
ACT Laboratories, Inc. – Toledo Akrivis Lab, LLC – to be determined Battelle Memorial Institute – Columbus CAS Laboratories, LLC – Columbus Keystone State Testing of Ohio, LLC – Columbus North Coast Testing Laboratories, LLC – Streetsboro QualesOH – Akron
Of the applicants, just one – Lansing, Michigan-based ACT Laboratories – lists an out-of-state business address.
According to the Department of Commerce release, no licenses have been awarded and they offered no timeline. Under the state’s medical cannabis rules, there are no limits on the number of testing laboratories that can be approved in the state.
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