Ohio regulators ask for $2.1M to cover costs of medical marijuana lawsuits

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Ohio’s medical cannabis regulators are asking for an additional $2.1 million from state funds to cover the legal fees incurred from lawsuits lobbed by companies that were denied MMJ licenses.

By March 2018, at least three lawsuits had been filed against the state by eight medical marijuana companies.

More details on the impact of the lawsuits can be found here.