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Key approval paves way for Ohio’s adult-use cannabis market to open in June

A key legislative approval in Ohio has cleared a path for adult-use cannabis sales to begin next month.

The Joint Committee on Agency Rule Review issued no objections to proposed regulations on Monday, clearing the way for medical marijuana dispensaries to apply to serve recreational customers, the Associated Press reported.


Under Ohio law, business applications must be available by June 7 and provisional licenses issued by Sept. 7.

The latter date is when all rules overseeing adult-use retail and cultivation must be finalized.

Dual licensing

Most MMJ dispensary operators, such as Curaleaf Holdings, are expected to apply for dual licenses to sell both medical and recreational marijuana products.

The New York-based multistate operator plans to submit its adult-use license application on or

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