Ohio voters could decide in 2018 to legalize marijuana for recreational use if supporters of a constitutional amendment are able to get the issue on the November ballot.
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Ohio voters may decide on plan to legalize recreational marijuana in 2018
Cincinnati businessman Jimmy Gould and his business partner Ian James of Coumbus, the driving force behind the 2015 marijuana legalization issue that voters rejected by nearly a 2-to-1 margin, are behind a very different plan for 2018.
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Gould and James are crafting ballot language for a constitutional amendment that would create a free market system for adult consumption of marijuana.
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