Ohio Department of Commerce must establish the following standards and procedures for Medical Marijuana

The Ohio Department of Commerce must establish the following standards and procedures for the program’s cultivators, processor and laboratory licenses by September 6, 2017, and for cultivator licenses by May 4, 2017:

  1. Application procedures and fees for licenses and registration
  2. All of the following:
    1. Conditions for eligibility for a license
    2. Criminal offenses that disqualify a party from obtaining a license
    3. Criminal offenses that do not disqualify a party from obtaining a license if the offense is more than five years old
  3. Number of cultivator licenses allowed at any time
  4. Establish license renewal schedule, procedures, and fees
  5. Specify reasons license suspended, revoked, or renewal withheld
  6. Standards to lift license or registration suspension
  7. Determine whether a cultivator or processor that existed at a location before a school, church, public library, public playground, or public park became established within 500 feet of the cultivator or processor may remain in operation, shall relocate, or have license revoked
  8. All of the following:
    1. Criminal offenses that disqualify a person from employment with a license holder
    2. Criminal offenses that do not disqualify a person from employment with a license holder if the offence is more than five years old
  9. Standards and procedures for testing medical marijuana by a licensed laboratory

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