According to the Ohio Cannabis Control Board, Ohio’s newly-enacted medical marijuana laws are expected to go into effect on July 1, 2019, with certain restrictions for people over the age of 21. It should be noted that this is not a complete list of all the restrictions, so it does not fully account for all medical marijuana laws.
It would be impossible to cover every possible restriction in this article, so I’ll just list a few on a basic level. The first thing you’re going to notice is that there are quite a few restrictions on the amount of cannabis you can buy, grow, or possess. A lot of it falls under the category of “not for personal use.
There are a few more restrictions, including restrictions on the type of product you can get. Many products will be taxed at much higher rates, and there are specific restrictions on what types of products you can buy.
The one thing that the laws in this state do NOT address is the fact that anyone with a legitimate medical need can become a medical marijuana patient. This is a controversial topic at the moment, but it has already been decided by the Ohio Supreme Court that it is illegal to sell medical cannabis in this state.
If you are reading this you probably already know that the Ohio Medical Marijuana Program is illegal in the state. That’s because the program is not a regulated market. The program, if it exists, is not a market in the same sense as the common stock market. There are no rules or regulations, and the only people with the ability to buy and sell are the doctors.
One of the things that the Ohio Medical Marijuana Program has is that it has no age requirement. So anyone can buy and sell. The only requirement is that they have a qualifying condition. Like a medical condition that will allow them to legally sell. That’s it. The only reason there is a program is because the state has decided that buying medical cannabis is bad for everyone.
A funny thing that happened this week too, one of the patients in the program actually got arrested because of it. The reason he got arrested was that he was in a car with a lot of people and then he got caught with less than 2 ounces of marijuana. That’s why the program has no age requirement.
The program is called Ohio Cbd Laws and it will start by allowing people to buy up to 4 ounces of medical cannabis if they have a prescription from a licensed physician. So if you are a doctor and you have a prescription and are allowed to buy a certain amount of marijuana, you can put that into the system. Thats the only thing that is really different from buying weed on the black market. Most places will allow you to buy whatever amount you want without a prescription.
There is a problem with this idea though, is that it doesn’t actually enforce any laws. So as long as you are buying the right amount (4 ounces), you will be able to buy up to 4 ounces of medical cannabis that doesn’t have a prescription. In the article there is no mention of any enforcement of the law. In other words, it really does nothing at all.
It is very similar to how a pharmacy can sell you drugs that will only harm you, but it is illegal in most states, so if you buy illegal drugs, you are going to have to go to jail for them to get your money back.