Recreational marijuana legalization advocates in Ohio submitted 29,918 additional signatures by this week’s deadline to bolster efforts to get a referendum before lawmakers or on the fall ballot.
The Coalition to Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol had submitted 206,943 signatures on Dec. 20, 2021, but subsequently was notified it needed roughly 13,000 more signed names to qualify for the next round of the process.
With the addition of nearly 30,000 signatures, “we feel confident that we will meet the signature requirements,” spokesman Tom Haren, a cannabis attorney, said in a statement.
The ballots now need to be validated by
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