Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost has rejected a proposed amendment to the state’s constitution that would legalize recreational marijuana.
Advocates behind the proposal must make corrections to the amendment’s summary language, collect 1,500 more signatures and resubmit it, Cleveland.com reported this week.
In 2016, Ohio legalized medical marijuana. Now, the state’s cannabis advocates are hustling to legalize recreational marijuana as well.
The “Amendment to Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol” was rejected Tuesday by Yost.
The proposal would have enabled Buckeye …