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With a month to go before Ohio’s new medical marijuana industry was supposed to be fully operational, state officials and business owners are finding the start up is taking longer than expected, according to the Journal-News.
In June, pharmacy officials announced 56 dispensary licenses where medical marijuana would be sold, but it’s unclear when and how much product will be on shelves for patients.
Buckeye Relief LLC, the only large-scale grower to receive its operations certificate, told media outlets that it would plant up to 10,000 seeds at the end of July to have product ready for testing by the end of the year.
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