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Ohio Auditor Faults State’s Medical Marijuana Process

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Ohio’s state auditor said the process for selecting medical cannabis grower applicants suffered from numerous errors and inconsistencies.

Republican Auditor David Yost said the Department of Commerce exceeded its legal authority when it awarded two additional licenses to cultivators and found weaknesses in how the agency protected passwords, system folders, and summary scoring sheets.

Yost, a candidate for Ohio attorney general, on Thursday, Sept. 13, 2018, called the department’s work sloppy and said Ohioans deserved better.

The Department of Commerce said that while it doesn’t agree with every finding, it acknowledges there was room for improvement in the process.

Once up and running, Ohio’s new medical cannabis program will allow people with certain medical conditions to buy and use medical marijuana on the recommendation of Ohio-licensed doctors.

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