Medical marijuana sales in Ohio approaching $725 million since drug became legal

Since January 2019, Ohio has allowed residents with certain medical conditions to buy marijuana products such as cookies and gummies. These and other goods have generated nearly $725 million, according to latest sales figures compiled by the Ohio Department of Commerce Medical Marijuana Control Program.

A campaign is well underway to legalize the recreational use of marijuana, which would significantly increase sales in the state. It’s backed by growers, cultivators, retailers, and other investors.

“Ohio’s program has matured pretty quickly,” said Kate Nelson, regional general manager for Acreage Holdings, which operates processing plants and retail stores in several states. “I’m very impressed at how much it’s grown as far as patient access goes, recommending physicians and products available.”

Mark Naymik reports:

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