Ohio Board Votes on Whether Autism, Anxiety Will Be Qualifying Conditions for Medical Marijuana
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Ohio Board Votes on Whether Autism, Anxiety Will Be Qualifying Conditions for Medical Marijuana

The Ohio State Medical Board is scheduled to decide June 12 whether to add the conditions.

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June 12, 2019

The Ohio State Medical Board is scheduled to decide Wednesday whether to add anxiety and autism to the list of qualifying conditions for medical marijuana in the Buckeye State.

Physicians could recommend medical marijuana for any new conditions immediately following the vote.

The board could delay the vote to its July meeting if members want more time to consider the information about the conditions and potential treatment with medical marijuana.

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