COLUMBUS — A Northeast Ohio-based company announced Friday it will partner with a state school to test medical marijuana, the first indication any institution might participate in the program.
County planning commission recommends Sherman Township zoning restrictions.
Zoning change also would prohibit landfills, junk yards and fireworks and gun power manufacturing.
Ohio regulators say they'll need another $5.6 million for tracking database, a toll-free help line and legal costs.
All medical marijuana products must be tested by public colleges for safety and potency before sale, per state law. So far, not one university has said it will test marijuana.
Not all studies are good studies.
There are days when her body weathers 100 seizures, days when it has closer to 1,000 — some lasting more than 90 minutes.
AKRON — The growing, processing, packaging and selling of medical marijuana will soon be a thing in Akron.
Cannabis quandary: Should states require warning labels saying the product should not be used by pregnant or breastfeeding women.
Ohio will license a limited number of growers, product manufacturers and dispensaries to sell marijuana to patients starting next year.
The words we heard from our mayor, Rob Duncan, when he was running against Sue Lesch were jobs, jobs, jobs.
Norwalk Mayor Rob Duncan's veto on welcoming a medical-marijuana cultivation facility stands.
Most common governmental response to medical marijuana has been to slam on the brakes until municipal rules are set.
Five reconsideration votes would override the mayor’s veto, making the legislation law.
Council members respond to Mayor Duncan’s statements about a medical marijuana cultivation business in Norwalk.