Medical dispensaries in Ohio prepare for recreational sales – Spectrum News 1

CLEVELAND — Ohio is the 24th state to legalize recreational marijuana use, after Issue 2 got the support of about 57% of voters in November’s election. 

What You Need To Know Ohio is the 24th state to legalize recreational marijuana use, after Issue 2 got the support of about 57% of voters in November’s election.
It will take time before recreational dispensaries can officially open their doors to patrons, but some local medical dispensary owners are preparing to expand their model to include recreational sales.
Amonica Davis, COO at Harvest of Ohio, said she anticipates addition of recreational sales will double if not triple the businesses sales.
Davis said since they already have three medical dispensaries, their business is able to apply for three recreational licenses to run parallel in each of the shops they already own.

However, it will take time before recreational dispensaries can officially open their doors to patrons, as there are many steps required to implement the newly passed law. 

Ariane Kirkpatrick and her sister Amonica Davis run a local medical marijuana business, Harvest of Ohio, and said they are navigating the addition of recreational sales to their business model. 

“Since

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