Ohio is mulling over allowing state residents access to medical marijuana to treat disorders such as depression. A medical advisory board is also considering those who suffer from insomnia, anxiety, autism and opioid addiction to be allowed a medical marijuana card. If Ohio adds depression and insomnia as conditions allowed to be treated by marijuana it would be the first state in the U.S. to do so.
The first big talk about changes to Ohio's medical marijuana conditions happens May 8th and could possibly go to a final vote June 12th.
Should depression, insomnia, anxiety, and autism spectrum disorder be added to the list of qualifying conditions when it comes to medical marijuana? https://t.co/6qhMstaPhJ
— KITV4 (@KITV4) May 7, 2019
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