Ohio to start accepting schools’ medical MJ testing applications


Colleges and universities in Ohio can soon apply for medical marijuana testing licenses, but private companies must wait another year to apply.

That situation could prove problematic for the state’s MMJ program.

It’s still an open question whether Ohio colleges or universities will even apply for the licenses.

Even though state law is structured to give the institutions first crack at the licenses for the first year of the program, the schools could potentially jeopardize their federal funding because marijuana remains illegal in the United States.

The Ohio Department of Commerce will accept schools’ applications

Ohio to start accepting schools’ medical MJ testing applications is a post from: Marijuana Business Daily: Financial, Legal & Cannabusiness news for cannabis entrepreneurs

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