Tuesday, July 16, 12noon-1:15pm, this on-line event requires advance registration

After months of rulemaking, following the template Ohio voters put into law through passage of Issue 2, the Ohio Department of Commerce has established a licensing process for the state’s first adult-use cannabis operators. Ohio medical marijuana operators have a priority in obtaining adult-use licenses, and Ohio could have adult-use stores operating around the state as soon as this summer. Yet many questions about industry regulations and operations remain unanswered, including what legal changes might move forward in the Ohio General Assembly, when and how Issue 2’s social equity provisions will be implemented, and the impacts of an adult-use market on the state’s medical marijuana program.

Please join the OSU Drug Enforcement and Policy Center and our panel of experts as we discuss these topics and more.


Thomas Haren, Partner and Cannabis Practice Chair, Frantz Ward

Megan Henry, Reporter, Ohio Capital Journal

Shaleen Title, Distinguished Cannabis Policy Practitioner in Residence, Drug Enforcement and Policy Center, The Ohio State University; Founder and Director, Parabola Center for Law and Policy


Douglas A. Berman, Newton D. Baker-Baker and Hostetler Chair in Law; Executive Director of the Drug Enforcement and Policy Center

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Hosted by Drug Enforcement and Policy Center at the Moritz College of Law at The Ohio State University.


Tuesday, July 16, 2024 - 12:00pm

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