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Will Ohio Become the Next State to Approve Medical Marijuana?

Ohio appears likely to become the 25th state to approve medical marijuana, either through a new state law or a voted constitutional amendment.

State lawmakers and two citizen advocacy groups are working simultaneously on proposals to bring marijuana as medicine to Ohioans with qualifying medical conditions.

But how the legislature and advocates approach the subject is very different, and the two pro-marijuana groups are proposing separate variations as well. [From The Columbus Dispatch]

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  1. How does this all tie in to the recent killings in Ohio where it is currently illegal to grow cannabis? This is why marijuana needs to be legalized to reduce the black market influence.

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