Local medical marijuana dispensaries gearing up for recreational sale – Dayton Daily News

Last week, the Joint Committee on Agency Rule Review allowed rules to proceed that clear the way for a dual licensing program that will allow existing medical marijuana dispensaries to also sell non-medical marijuana products.

Division of Cannabis Control officials said the applications will be available by no later than June 7, and recreational marijuana could be available for sale in Ohio by mid-June.

There are roughly 20 dispensaries in Montgomery, Greene, Butler, Warren, Clark and Miami counties.

Pure Ohio Wellness, which operates a cultivation and processing site in Springfield and dispensaries in Dayton and London, will be pursuing dual licensing for its dispensary locations, according to chief operations officer Tracey McMillin.

“We’re ready, and we’re most excited for the opportunity to share all the information about what cannabis can do for people,” she said.

Guaranteed Dispensary, located at Wayne Avenue in Dayton, will also be among dispensaries seeking dual licensing, according to general manager Sara Hawkins.

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“We are already preparing to see new faces as soon as the state approves our application,” she said. “We have 18 kiosks setup on our sales floor to help people navigate our menu and 10+ registers ready to serve. We

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