Ohio voters have made history by approving a ballot proposal to legalize recreational marijuana in the state. This makes Ohio the 24th state in the US to legalize the adult use of marijuana. The decision came after a long and heated debate over the potential benefits and drawbacks of legalizing cannabis.
The ballot initiative, known as Issue 2, received strong support from Ohioans, with multiple polls indicating that a majority of voters were in favor of legalization. The initiative aims to regulate and tax the recreational use of marijuana, providing a framework for a legal and controlled market.
recreational marijuana will be legalize, regulated, and taxed, following the passage of Issue 2. This means that adults aged 21 and older will be allowed to possess and consume marijuana for personal use. However, the law will also set limits on the amount of marijuana that can be possess, as well as restrictions on where and when it can be consumed.