COLUMBUS, Ohio — The Coalition to Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol, which has campaigned to legalize leisure hashish for Ohioans ages 21 and older, raised almost $1.3 million final 12 months, in line with a marketing campaign finance report submitted to the Ohio Secretary of State’s workplace.
The coalition wrote an initiated statute proposal that might find yourself on the Nov. 8 poll. The plan obtained sufficient signatures from registered Ohio voters that on Friday, Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose despatched it to the Basic Meeting, which will get 4 months to resolve whether or not to move it as a regulation or move an amended model of the proposal.
If it fails to behave, the marketing campaign would then should get extra signatures to get it on the November poll.
The next organizations contributed to the marketing campaign:
• $690,000 from the Marijuana Coverage Undertaking, a nationwide advocacy group behind the push for the Ohio Basic Meeting to legalize medical marijuana in Ohio in 2016.
• $160,000 from The Firelands Co. LLC, a Cleveland-based medical marijuana processor and grower that runs a dispensary in Huron in Erie County, Firelands Scientific Dispensary.
• $160,000 from Battle Inexperienced Holdings LLC, a Columbus-based firm registered with the state as a overseas restricted legal responsibility company. It’s not clear if the corporate runs any marijuana companies within the state. Cleveland.com/The Plain Vendor reached out to the marketing campaign for extra particulars.
• $110,000 from ATCPC of Ohio LLC, an Akron firm with a cultivator and processing license underneath the title Klutch Hashish.
• $105,000 from Customary Wellness Co., a Cleveland-based medical marijuana enterprise that has licenses to develop and course of marijuana in Sandusky County.
• $50,000 from Buckeye Aid LLC, an Eastlake grower and processor.
• $25,000 from Riviera Creek LLC, a Youngstown-based marijuana cultivator and processor that does enterprise as Riviera Creek Holdings.
The marketing campaign reported virtually $1.1 million in bills to this point and has $207,792 in money available. The marketing campaign additionally has $94,490 in excellent money owed owed to marketing campaign consultants and attorneys.
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