The Coalition to Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol resubmitted their summary language for an initiated statute legalizing the adult use of marijuana to the Ohio Attorney General’s office on Aug. 13. The initial summary language was rejected by the Ohio Attorney General earlier this month.“We appreciate the Attorney General’s feedback on our initial filing, and have fully addressed the issues flagged in this updated filing” said spokesman Tom Haren. “We look forward to beginning the signature collection process upon approval of our summary language by the Attorney General.” For consumers, the proposed law; Legalizes and regulates the cultivation, manufacture, testing, and sale of marijuana and marijuana products to adults aged 21 and up. and Legalizes home grow for adults aged 21 or older with a limit of 6 plants per person and 12 plants per household. Once the Attorney General approves the summary language, the effort will need to collect more than 130,000 signatures to formally send the proposed legislation to the Ohio General Assembly. The Legislature will then have four months to consider the proposed legislation.
Posted Melissa Schiller, Cannabis Business Times, 08/16/2021 09:38:00