By Barrie Barber and Laura A. Bischoff
A state senator who’s a long-time medical marijuana advocate says it’s time to push aside roadblocks and put the program in place because patients can’t wait any longer.
State Sen. Kenny Yuko, D-Richmond Heights, had a press conference Tuesday with two advocates who said medical marijuana made a difference in the treatments of chronic health problems for themselves or a family member.
Ohio lawmakers approved plans to put a medical marijuana program in place by Sept. 8, but the program has been beset with questions about the scoring process over who received licenses and at least two lawsuits.
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