Please foundation investments of ohio ltd this error screen to 212. You can change the location at any time. The Ohio Department of Commerce on Friday released a list of 185 applicants for medical marijuana cultivator licenses.
This file photo was taken at Medicine Man in Denver, Colorado in September 2016. COLUMBUS, Ohio — Ohio has received 185 applications to grow marijuana in the state’s fledgling medical marijuana program. The Department of Commerce on Wednesday released a list of businesses that applied. But the list doesn’t include names of the principals or investors backing each proposal or locations where the applicants want to grow. The department has declined to release further application information at this time. The state deadline to apply for 24 grow licenses was Friday, more than a year after Gov.
John Kasich signed Ohio’s medical marijuana law. Other businesses are preparing to apply for dispensary and processor licenses in a few months. See the full list of cultivator applicants below. The state plans to license up to 12 cultivators with up to 3,000 square feet of growing space, called Level 2, and 12 for up to 25,000 square feet, called Level 1. It will also license 40 processors that will make marijuana oils, tinctures, patches and edible products allowed by law, 60 dispensaries and an unknown number of testing labs.