COLUMBUS, Ohio — Central Ohio won’t have any medical marijuana growers when Ohio’s program begins, but it could be home to several testing labs.
Three of the nine applicants to test medical marijuana plant material and products listed central Ohio sites on their applications, according to records released Friday by the Ohio Department of Commerce. A fourth listed a Worthington business address. Two companies listed sites in Northeast Ohio (Akron and Streetsboro) and one applied for a site in Toledo.
Central State University in Wilberforce and Hocking Technical College in Nelsonville were the only two public colleges to apply.
Ohio’s medical marijuana law