As expected, Ohio lawmakers took no action Wednesday to enact a cannabis legalization proposal, essentially allowing it to lapse, thereby opening the door to supporters to move forward and begin collecting signatures to get the proposal on the ballot this coming November. 

Now What?

The Coalition to Regulate Marijuana like Alcohol is planning to pick up where it left off, that is, getting back out on the street. The coalition needs to gather some 124,000 signatures from 44 of Ohio’s 88 counties before the July 5 deadline, a task many believe can be successfully undertaken.

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