A major national player in the marijuana legalization movement plans to put an Ohio medical marijuana measure on the November ballot.
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Issue 3 – the proposed Ohio marijuana monopoly – suffered a jaw-dropping lossTuesday.
On Tuesday, when Ohio’s pot legalization initiative failed to pass, some marijuana legalization advocates lost the moral high ground in the debate to end marijuana prohibition.
A Cleveland couple is fighting to regain custody of their newborn daughter following a magistrate’s order to have her taken from her parents because the mother was found to have drunk marijuana-based tea to ease her labor pains.
For weeks, the face of Issue 3 has been a young girl and her family, who moved from Ohio to Colorado to legally get medical marijuana.
Two things you probably haven’t been paying a lot of attention to lately:
CLEVELAND -Citing reasons both political and personal, former Cleveland City Council President George Forbes endorsed Issue 3 on Friday– the measure that would legalize recreational and medical marijuana, if voters approve it in November.
As Ohioans prepare for a Nov. 3 vote on legalizing marijuana, budding entrepreneurs are looking at whether they could earn a living from it.
After a last-minute fight to the finish line, Ohio’s legalization campaign, ResponsibleOhio, managed to submit an additional 95,000 signatures to squeak by with a total of 320,000 signatures to get the recreational proposal on the November 2015 ballot.