Ohio’s Division of Cannabis Control provides update on non-medical license applications – Spectrum News 1

OHIO — Even though Ohioans voted to pass Issue 2 in November last year, which legalized recreational marijuana, there hasn’t been anywhere to legally buy it yet.

What You Need To Know Ohioans voted to pass Issue 2 in November last year, which legalized recreational marijuana, but there hasn’t been anywhere to legally buy it yet
The state recently started accepting applications for non-medical cannabis facilities including testing labs, cultivators, processors and dispensaries
In an email to Spectrum News 1, James Crawford, with the Division of Cannabis Control, offered an update on where things stand
As of now, no Certificates of Operation have been issued for non-medical cannabis but many current medical marijuana licensees may see a quick turnaround

The state recently started accepting applications for non-medical cannabis facilities including testing labs, cultivators, processors and dispensaries. In an email to Spectrum News 1, Jamie Crawford, with the Division of Cannabis Control, offered an update on where things stand.

“Starting on June 7, the Division of Cannabis Control has been and will continue to identify qualified applicants for issuance of dual use provisional licenses,” Crawford said. “Next, the Division will require provisional licensees to validate compliance with

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