With the growing number of medical cannabis patients in Ohio, the state decided to more than double the number of medical marijuana dispensaries in the following year, reports The (Cincinnati) Enquirer.
The Ohio Board of Pharmacy approved the expansion Monday, enabling companies to apply for 73 new dispensary licenses this summer, bringing the total to 130 across the state.
Applicants are supposed to follow the original rules from 2017, which count security and business plan requirements, the report stated. The businesses would be limited to five dispensary licenses in the state, including the ones already in existence.
The first limit on the number of …