Ohio’s medical marijuana program continues to grow in first year

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A year after legalizing medical marijuana, Ohio has 46 MMJ dispensaries, with another dozen planning to open.

More than 400 applicants originally sought licenses for dispensaries, the Dayton Daily News reported.

According to the newspaper, Ohio dispensaries have sold 5,925 pounds of plant material and 236,008 units of products such as edibles, patches and oils to be vaped, based on the most recent data.