Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine (R) met Monday with the state House Speaker Jason Stephens (R) and Senate President Matt Huffman (R) to discuss possible changes to the recently approved Issue 2, an adult-use cannabis legalization bill.

While DeWine was reluctant to share more details about the meeting with journalists at the Greater Columbus Convention Center, he did confirm that they didn’t bring any new ideas to the table that they hadn’t already announced last week, reports Cleveland.com’s Jeremy Pelzer.

In less than 48 hours after the voters had approved cannabis legalization DeWine came to the public seeking changes to the law that would restrict advertising, limit public consumption, and mitigate the risks of impaired driving.

After Monday’s meeting, DeWine said, “I don’t think there’s any …

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