Ohio Voters Support Use Of Medical Marijuana

OHIO: A poll released Thursday shows that more than half of Ohio voters believe that adults’ personal use of small amounts of marijuana should be legal.

When it comes to just medical use, support soars to 90 percent, according to the Quinnipiac Poll.

The poll questions, however, were broadly phrased for voters in the presidential swing states of Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Florida and were not specifically tailored to Issue 3. That’s the pot legalization and commercialization question on the Nov. 3 ballot, on which Ohioans are already voting.

The proposed constitutional amendment would legalize marijuana for recreational and medical purposes and would build a wholesale and retail infrastructure around the newly legal product.

 

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