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COLUMBUS – Ohioans with qualifying medical conditions could buy 4 to 6 ounces of marijuana plant material, and varying amounts of marijuana-infused oils, patches and edibles based on THC content, under proposed state medical marijuana rules.
Purchasing rules for a 90-day supply of medical marijuana were rolled out Thursday by the Ohio State Board of Pharmacy.
At the same time, Ohio officials are pondering if the state program, which isn’t operational until next year, will be impacted by the Trump White House warning that there will be greater federal enforcement of recreational marijuana programs. No details have been released.
Ohio’s medical marijuana law does not include recreational usage, nor does it allow marijuana to be smoked.
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