A new Ohio legislative session kicked off this month and cannabis reform is on the table.

For starters, a new bill was introduced to set up a 13-member medicinal cannabis oversight commission, in addition to a new state agency, reported Cleveland.com.

Autism And Opioid Use Disorder Finally Make The List

Senate Bill 9 from Sen. Stephen Huffman and fellow Republican Sen. Kirk Schuring would also expand the list of conditions for which cannabis can be recommended, including autism spectrum disorder and opioid use disorder, to name a few.

Interestingly, the Ohio State Medical Board appealed earlier this week to have autism added to the list of approved medical conditions that can be treated with medical marijuana, reported News 5. House Bill 60 from Dem. State Rep. Juanita Brent is also seeking to address that. Her bill had previously advanced through House committees but now it …

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