MAP: Proposed medical marijuana dispensaries in region


The state of Ohio this week released the list of addresses where applicants are seeking a license to sell medical marijuana. 

Of the 376 statewide, 51 are in our region.

Here is a map of locations that applied for licenses to sell medical marijuana in this region: 

(Note: Some applicants listed parcel numbers. Only those with street addresses were included in this map. For a full list of applications, go here.) 

Program rules call for up to 15 in southwest Ohio. Split up according to this map:

More stories about Ohio’s medical marijuana program: 

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What does Huber Heights medical pot ban mean for planned growing site there?

How the federal budget battle impacts Ohio’s medical marijuana industry

MAP: Where medical marijuana could be grown in Ohio

Ohio’s medical marijuana: What’s really going on?

Why Ohio may have to break the law to launch its medical pot program

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