Frustrated Medical Marijuana Advocates, Patients in Ohio Fight for the Right to Grow Their Own
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Frustrated Medical Marijuana Advocates, Patients in Ohio Fight for the Right to Grow Their Own

A home-grow law is unlikely to go anywhere in the near future, as legislators are reluctant to alter the state’s medical marijuana law.

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July 29, 2019

Frustrated by the slow pace of Ohio’s medical marijuana program, a growing chorus of patients and advocates are calling for the state to let medicinal cannabis users grow marijuana plants in their homes.

Cost is widely expected to drop as more marijuana dispensaries open, and industry representatives said that Ohio’s medical marijuana crops are well-tested and safe. A home-grow law is unlikely to go anywhere in the near future, as legislators are reluctant to alter the state’s medical marijuana law.

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