Ohioans wouldn’t be able to buy edible medical marijuana that looks like a cartoon character, superhero or pop-culture figure.
But they would be able to buy a 90-day supply in the form of a capsule, cream, lotion, oil, solid, transdermal patch or plant material for vaporization from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. at 60 dispensaries around the state.
Those are among more than 100 proposed rules for the Ohio Medical Marijuana Program to be considered Monday by the Joint Committee on Agency Rule Review. The legislative oversight panel, which reviews rules proposed by state agencies, does not approve rules, but it can reject them, put them on hold or allow them to take effect without action.
Rules to be considered Monday cover most aspects of the program to allow people with any of 21 qualifying medical conditions to buy medical marijuana