US: Ohio Department of Commerce seeks public input on cultivator rules

As one of three state government agencies responsible for developing, implementing and overseeing the state’s Medical Marijuana Control Program, the Ohio Department of Commerce is tasked with developing rules that will govern the operation of medical marijuana cultivators in the state of Ohio. The primary focus of the rules is to develop a program that ensures the safety of the public and access to a safe medical product.

The draft rules presented to the Medical Marijuana Advisory Committee were developed after benchmarking with other states and talking with industry experts. The draft rules include flexibility to allow the program to respond to changes in demand.

The Department is accepting public input on the draft rules. The draft rules are available on the Medical Marijuana Control Program website,

Written comments will be accepted through close of business Nov. 15, 2016; comments submitted after the deadline will not be considered. All comments should be submitted via email to; include “Cultivator Rules Public Input” in the subject line. Do not include attachments; they will not be reviewed.

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