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Understanding Ohio’s Marijuana Laws


Written by Dr. Robert Dotson, Jr.

"The Buckeye State is known for many things, including being the birthplace of modern aviation and the home of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Ohio has approximately 11.75 million residents.

According to a recent Ohio Medicaid Assessment Survey (OMAS), 47.8% of Ohioans aged nineteen (19) years or older have been diagnosed with at least one chronic disease or health condition. That represents approximately 1 in 5 residents or 18% of the population.

When you are exploring medical marijuana to help with symptom management, you want a doctor that listens and cares. That is what makes DocMJ different. Since 2016, our physicians have provided care and support for almost 100,000 patients nationwide."

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Get Approved For An Ohio Marijuana Card From Home | Telemedicine For Medical Marijuana



Written by Dr. Clyde Watson

"Even before the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, the use of virtual doctor’s appointments, or telehealth, across Ohio and the United States was becoming more popular. However, out as a result of country-wide lockdowns and social distancing,, telehealth has expanded in order to reduce risks of COVID-19 transmission to patients and healthcare workers alike.

House Bill (HB) 122 – more commonly known as the Telemedicine Expansion Act – makes Ohio’s telehealth expansion permanent. HB 122 was passed unanimously by both the Ohio House and Senate and was signed into law on Dec. 22, 2021, by Governor DeWine.

The team of marijuana doctors at DocMJ Ohio offers telemedicine appointments for those looking to obtain an Ohio Medical Marijuana Card. Residents of Ohio can now have their medical marijuana evaluation from the safety and comfort of their own home, making the approval process easier than before. The health and wellness of our patients and staff is always our priortiy, so we are proud to offer hassle-free virtual appointments during these uncertain times."

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To prepare for recreational marijuana sales, the Ohio Division of Cannabis Control opted to change the fees charged for patients and guardians in the caregiver registry. The annual fees were initially $50 for patients and $25 for caregivers. In March 2024, the DCC announced that it was dropping the annual fee to only 1 cent.


Read More >>> https://docmj.com/ohios-progressive-move-free-medical-cannabis-registration-for-patients-in-2024/

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