Ohio’s medical marijuana law confusing

In three months, medical marijuana will be legal in the state of Ohio. Attorneys are asking whether Ohio’s new medical marijuana law that bars employers from disciplining professionals from working with marijuana businesses applies to them.
Lawyers have submitted requests for formal opinions on the matter to the state Supreme Court’s Board of Professional Conduct. While Lawmakers have made medical marijuana legal in Ohio, but it is still illegal on the federal level.
The Board of Professional Conduct is examining the issue and is expected to issue an advisory opinion in August. The state Supreme Court is asking lawyers with related questions to submit them by July 11.
The state is still putting together the rules and licensing network to allow the growth and prescribing of medical marijuana, which must be available in the next two years.

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