Medical marijuana “legal” in September, but Ohio doctors won’t likely be certified to recommend it

Nearly a month after Gov. John Kasich signed a bill legalizing medical marijuana in the state of Ohio, the Ohio State Medical Association tells newsnet5.com that physicians are far from completing the certification process to be able to recommend it to patients.

Ohio patients will legally be able to use medical marijuana on Sept. 8 but they won’t be able to buy it in Ohio and it’s unclear how exactly they will obtain it.

Dr. Brian Bachelder, President of the Ohio State Medical Association, told newsnet5.com that Ohio physicians are awaiting instructions from the State Medical Marijuana Use Board.

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