OHIO: Local advocates for marijuana liberalization were celebrating Wednesday, the day after their campaign to pass a local ordinance received the endorsement of the Toledo voting public.
But their euphoria is tempered by realization that parts of the so-called “Sensible Marihuana Ordinance” conflict with state law and may not be enforceable.
“I’m on cloud nine,” said Mary Smith, president of the northwest Ohio chapter of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws. “This is going to take a minute for this to all get worked out. Don’t do crazy things. The plant is still illegal.”