Ohio Revoking License for Marijuana Cultivator for Failing to Get Growing

Ohio Revoking License for Marijuana Cultivator for Failing to Get Growing

OhiGrow LLC, in Toledo, has the right to appeal.

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September 14, 2018
Columbus Business First
Grower/Agriculture Medical News State by State: Ohio

The state is in the process of revoking a medical marijuana cultivation license because the company hasn't made "a good faith effort" to get its facility built and ready to grow.

 

OhiGrow LLC, which had proposed a small-scale grow site in northwest Toledo, has the right to appeal.

 

"We found them to be generally non-responsive," Mark Hamlin, senior policy advisor at Commerce, told the program's advisory committee on Thursday.

 

The company is wholly owned by Carl Boyar, a Chicago-area physician who owns a marijuana dispensary there.

 

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