Officials with the medical marijuana program in Ohio may be facing a lawsuit over the state’s application process for cannabis growers. One of the largest cannabis companies in Ohio was denied a grower’s license, and now the CEO wants to sue.
According to a High Times Magazine report, Cincinnati-based CannAscend was recently refused a license despite complying with all the conditions required by state regulators.
A licensed grower and processor of medical marijuana in western Pennsylvania is the first with state approval to begin operating. Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf's administration said Tuesday that the Department … Click to Continue »
Another Ohio city has lifted its moratorium on cultivating medical marijuana as the state accepts applications from potential growers in that newly legalized sector. The Blade (http://bit.ly/2tn1O9y ) reports the … Click to Continue...
State Health Department officials are notifying 12 applicants they've been awarded permits to grow and process medical marijuana, a landmark in developing Pennsylvania's program. The agency on Tuesday named … Click to Continue »
Ohio selected 12 large growers to participate in its medical marijuana program Thursday in a competitive process that quickly drew a prospective legal challenge. In announcing the large cultivators and … Click to Continue »