Marijuana possession AG Creating Grant Program To Help Test For THC By Jim Letizia • Aug 14, 2019 Ohio Public Radio The Ohio Attorney General says he is creating a grant program to help local law enforcement agencies test between hemp and marijuana. Cincinnati Following Columbus' Lead On Possession Of Small Amounts Of Marijuana By Jim Letizia • Aug 14, 2019 Cincinnati city attorneys say people caught with less than 100 grams of marijuana will no longer face prosecution. Columbus Will Not Prosecute Misdemeanor Marijuana Possession By Alison Holm • Aug 7, 2019 Columbus City Attorney Zach Klein says his office will no longer prosecute misdemeanor marijuana possession charges, because current tests make it difficult to determine the exact amount of THC. Columbus Council Lowers Pot Possession Penalties, Approves North Market Expansion Plan By Jim Letizia • Jul 23, 2019 Columbus City Council last night approved legislation reducing the penalties for possessing small amounts of marijuana. Most Speakers At Public Hearing Back City Hall's Plan To Lower Marijuana Possession Penalities By Mike Foley • Jul 19, 2019 Columbus City Council last night hosted a public forum on legislation that would lower the penalties for the possession of small amounts of marijuana and related paraphernalia. Columbus Council Takes First Steps On Green Energy And Marijuana Decriminalization Proposals By Jim Letizia • Jul 16, 2019 Ohio Public Radio Columbus City Council last night formally found a possible ballot issue directing 57 million dollars in city money toward green-energy initiatives is legally sufficient. Columbus Council Holds Hearing Tonight On Reducing Marijuana Possession Penalties By Jim Letizia • Apr 25, 2019 Columbus City Council has scheduled a public hearing this evening on its goal of lowering the criminal penalties for possessing small amounts of marijuana. City To Consider Lowering Penalties For Marijuana Possession By Jim Letizia • Dec 4, 2018 WCBE files Columbus City Council President Shannon Hardin says he is working on a proposal to reduce the criminal penalties for marijuana possession. Board Gives "Fresh Start" Petitions To Erase Pot Convictions Green Light By Ohio Public Radio • Jul 15, 2015 Jo Ingles / Ohio Public Radio The Ohio Ballot Board has given the green light to a group that wants to erase the records of Ohioans with marijuana convictions if pot is legalized this fall.