Ohio patients push ballot over bill for medical marijuana

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Patients and their families who are backing a medical marijuana ballot issue in Ohio said Wednesday that the proposed constitutional amendment offers a quicker and more effective way for them to get relief than legislation.

Two patients with debilitating illnesses and the mother of a boy with brain cancer appeared at a news conference to support the ballot proposal by Ohioans for Medical Marijuana to legalize medicinal cannabis. They said the measure should go forward even if state lawmakers pass a medical marijuana bill that’s been fast-tracked in the Ohio House.

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