Ohio is set to open the doors of its statewide medical marijuana industry later this year, but there are a ton of restrictions on the cultivating, processing, distributing, testing, selling, prescribing, and ingesting of the drug. Several agencies are responsible for overseeing the program:
Even though your medical marijuana prescription will not appear as part of a background check, you should still exercise caution in regards to marijuana in the workplace. It's important to have a firm grasp on federal laws in comparison to state laws. For example, if you work for the federal government or in healthcare or childcare, you may find yourself in violation of federal laws regarding the use of cannabis.
At The Meranda Law Firm LTD, we can provide you with the representation you need to start your cannabis company. Medical marijuana start-ups face unique and complex legal and business issues, including
A medical marijuana start-up needs an attorney who is well-versed in state law and licensure application and who has business experience, corporate governance experience, zoning experience and more. Whether you are considering investing in a marijuana business or you have already begun the process, contact our Columbus cannabis lawyers. We have offices located in Columbus and Newark.
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