Many states around the country voted to legalize medical marijuana in 2016, with many more proposing to do the same. On November 6, residents of Missouri will vote on whether to legalize medical marijuana. However, there is not just one proposal on the ballot regarding this issue, but three. All three proposals would permit individuals with certain medical ailments to possess and consume medical marijuana. How they differ comes down to taxes.
Medical marijuana advocates celebrated a major victory for their cause two years ago when wheels began turning to legalize medical marijuana in Ohio. Since then, state regulators have been hard at work putting rules and regulations into effect, including what forms the medicine will be available in. Progress can be slow when the government is involved though, and medical cannabis has yet to be on shelves.
Many people in Ohio suffer from medical conditions that are not well controlled by traditional medicine. However, marijuana has proved to be useful in some cases for medical purposes. Therefore, medical marijuana has been made legal in Ohio. However, not all forms of marijuana are lawful for medicinal purposes.