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Efforts to legalize marijuana in Ohio get new life but faces opposition from top leaders

Ohio still making efforts to legalize Marijuana.


By: Jo Ingles
Statehouse News Bureau

Some Ohio lawmakers are throwing their support behind an initiated statute that would legalize marijuana for Ohioans ages 21 and older — giving new life to the proposal on 4/20, a day when cannabis enthusiasts celebrate the plant.

Rep. Casey Weinstein (D-Hudson) said it’s time for Ohio lawmakers to pass the initiated statute that would legalize marijuana for personal use and allow it to be regulated much like alcohol.

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