Ohio State Senate President Matt Huffman says he is coordinating bipartisan efforts to modify Ohio's recently approved marijuana legalization law before its main provisions take effect on Dec. 7.

Huffman, a Republican who contends the initiative is lacking in detail, implied Ohio voters were either duped or not quite intelligent enough to have understood specifics such as the equity clause, which prioritizes those who were affected by past cannabis-related law enforcement and over-policing.

“Now did the voters, for example, know that there was going to be a preference for licenses to people that have formerly been convicted for selling drugs illegally? Probably not very many people thought of that,” Huffman said in a recent episode of the “President’s Podcast.”

Read also: GOP Senate President Calls For 'All Hands On Deck' To Change Ohio's Cannabis Initiative Before It Goes …

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