The State of Ohio legalized medical marijuana in 2016. Although the move was a victory for social advocates, it left the complicated tasks of administration and licensing to state bureaucracies. Nearly two years later, the state is stuck on its licensing procedures as the September deadline approaches for operations. Could hopes for medical marijuana go up in smoke before operations even begin?
When you have a problem or conflict with government agencies, it can be easy to feel like your issue is insignificant or overly complicated.
What do insurance agents, medical professionals, and financial experts all have in common? Chances are that each has a professional license that is subject to the rules and regulations promulgated by one of Ohio's approximately 300 state executive branch agencies.
If you are a doctor, nurse, dentist, chiropractor or work in another industry that requires a professional license, receiving a hearing notice from a regulatory board or administrative agency can have some serious professional and legal consequences.