The first of 56 medical marijuana dispensaries could open in a few days in eastern Ohio.
Ohio Public Radio's Jo Ingles reports.
Results of tests on samples from some state licensed marijuana growers could come in the next week. And a dispensary in Wintersville wants to make its first sale in the next few days. But Mark Hamlin with the Ohio Department to Commerce says don't expect many products on the shelves.
"We know that product availability will be tight to begin with. That's what we expect from talking with our licensees and it's what we have seen in every other state that has a program like this."
Patients with one of 21 qualifying conditions can buy medical marijuana if recommended by a state-certified doctor.