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Ohio Marijuana Laws

Medical patients may possess up to a 90-day supply of marijuana, but may not cultivate their own. While the sale of marijuana remains illegal, the state Board of Pharmacy will license a limited number of growers and retail dispensaries.

Felony charges are reserved for the possession of more than 200 grams; the sale or transfer of more than 20 grams; or the possession of more than 10 grams of hashish (or more than 2 grams of liquid concentrates).

The following charts highlights the main provisions of Ohio marijuana laws.

Code Section 2925.01, et seq.; 3719.01, et seq.
Possession Under 20 g. and gift: minor misdemeanor; Subsequent offense: misdemeanor of 3rd degree; Under 100 g.: minor misdemeanor; 100-200 g.: 4th degree misdemeanor; 200-1000 g.: 5th degree felony; 1000-5000 g.: 3rd degree felony; 5000-20,000 g.: 3rd degree felony with presumption of prison term; over 20,000 g.: 2nd degree felony
Sale 5th degree felony; 200-1000 g.: 4th degree felony; 1000-5000 g.: 3rd degree felony; 5000-20,000 g.: 3rd degree felony with presumption of prison term; Over 20,000 g.: 2nd degree felony; Stricter penalties if sale within 1000 ft. of school or 100 ft. of juvenile
Medical Marijuana

Eligible patients may possess up to a 90-day supply of marijuana, but may not cultivate their own. While the sale of marijuana remains illegal, the state Board of Pharmacy will license a limited number of growers and retail dispensaries.

For more information, visit the Ohio Medical Marijuana Control Program's official website.


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