Some rules for sites where marijuana would be grown in Ohio being established

The panel working on putting the state’s new medical marijuana law in place has come up with some rules for sites where marijuana would be grown in Ohio. And the number of proposed growing sites has upset activists who’ve had questions about the new law. The Ohio Department of Commerce’s proposed rules would limit the number of marijuana growing sites to 18. And the proposed licenses and fees for the 12 larger sites would be $200,000 each. The licenses and fees for the six smaller sites would be $20,000 dollars each. The marijuana legalization plan that voters rejected in 2015 had 10 proposed growing sites. Critics of that plan had called it a monopoly and a separate ballot issue was put up to prevent similar proposals in the future.

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