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Ohio recreational marijuana ballot measure might not happen in 2018, backer says

By Jackie Borchardt

COLUMBUS, Ohio — Ohioans hoping to vote to legalize recreational marijuana this year will likely have to wait a little longer, perhaps as long as two years.

Cincinnati businessman Jimmy Gould told reporters at a news conference on Friday that the language for his proposed measure hasn’t been set yet and that the measure might not appear on the ballot until 2019 or 2020. The deadline to qualify for the November ballot is July 4.

Gould, who co-founded Ohio’s failed 2015 legalization effort, had pledged to  put another measure on the ballot this year after his company wasn’t chosen to grow medical marijuana in the state’s new program. Gould, along with business partner Ian James, announced in November they would propose a “free market” system that didn’t establish a monopoly for wealthy investors.

Read more at cleveland.com

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