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Ohio suit resolved by pushing adult-use marijuana legalization issue to 2023

An initiative to legalize adult-use marijuana in Ohio won’t be on the state’s November ballot.

Instead, the Coalition to Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol struck a settlement with Republican lawmakers that paves the way for the issue to likely get on the 2023 ballot – or to be passed by the Legislature next year.

In exchange, state officials agreed that the coalition won’t have to start over to collect signatures, The (Cleveland) Plain Dealer reported.


“This guarantees the validity of the signatures we’ve already gathered, and we’ve got a much clearer path if we have to get to the ballot next year,” Tom Haren, a spokesperson for the coalition, told the newspaper.

It looked like the recreational marijuana referendum had a good chance to be on this year’s ballot, but GOP leaders then questioned whether signatures had been submitted in time.

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