It wasn't even 48 hours after Ohioans voted to approve an initiative to legalize recreational marijuana when Gov. Mike DeWine (R) came out with his plans to amend it. 

WCPN reported that he is already seeking changes to the law that would restrict advertising, limit public consumption and mitigate the risks of impaired driving. 

Though DeWine acknowledged on Thursday that "what the people have clearly told us is they want legal marijuana in Ohio," he said he wants to ensure that the law is implemented in a "responsible" and "respectful" way.

While short on details, DeWine said he was meeting soon with Senate President Matt Huffman (R) and House Speaker Jason Stephens (R) to discuss how to deal with what he calls “holes” in the voter-approved law. Huffman recently said if Issue …

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