Will Ohio Legalize Cannabis In 2023? It's Complicated But A Vague Deal Has Been Reached, Here's What We Know

State officials and cannabis advocates reached a deal on Friday, agreeing to allow the Coalition to Regulate Like Alcohol to retain the signatures they’ve already collected while delaying their campaign until 2023.

The Coalition agreed to delay its campaign until next year in exchange for state officials agreeing to accept the more than 140,000 signatures the coalition had already collected, instead of potentially making them start over from scratch.

“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,” said Tom Haren, a spokesman for the Coalition to Regulate Marijuana Like …

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