In Mahoning County, a license has been awarded to Quest Wellness Ohio II LLC to operate in Youngstown on Market Street.
On Monday, Ohio announced the chosen dispensaries, picked out of over 100 groups, that will be provided sellers' licenses for the vending of medical marijuana. Cresco Labs Ohio LLC on Main Street in Wintersville in Jefferson County was approved for license.
Prospective dispensaries had to adhere to a set of regulatory requirements to be eligible for consideration, including setting up shop at least 500 feet from any existing school, church, public library, public playground, public park, or community addiction-services provider.
Statewide, 376 companies submitted dispensary applications and 56 licenses were awarded Monday.
The Sylvania Avenue location in Toledo will be operated by GTI Ohio LLC, which runs dispensaries and manufacturing facilities in five states.
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"I don't think it will occur on September 8", said Kevin Murphy, an attorney who specializes in the medical marijuana business. "I look at it and I approach it from the same standpoint as any other business".
Marijuana plants a few weeks away from harvest in a medical marijuana cultivation center in Albion, Illinois.
The Ohio Board of Pharmacy didn't give an explanation as to why the company was disqualified.
Dispensary applicants paid a nonrefundable $5,000 fee, and those awarded licenses will pay $70,000 to the state every two years.
The medical marijuana can only be obtained for 21 medical conditions and obtained from a state-licensed dispensary with a doctor's prescription. But board liaison Ali Simon says that doesn't mean those areas won't have dispensaries someday.