Ohio residents’ hope for legal recreational marijuana was thwarted after a proposed constitutional amendment failed to make the 2019 ballot. In lieu of cannabis legalization, the State Medical Board of Ohio took a look at multiple proposal additions to the current list of 21 qualifying conditions in January. Among the conditions considered were opioid addiction, depression, insomnia, anxiety, and autism. A panel of experts and doctors recommended the addition of anxiety and autism for medical marijuana patients. After reviewing the evidence, a committee of four board members recommended to the entire board the inclusion of anxiety and autism to the […]
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