A nationwide group has dropped its effort to put a medical marijuana issue on the fall ballot.
Ohio Public Radio's Jo Ingles reports
It was a surprise move, made less than 72 hours after lawmakers passed a medical marijuana costs and prior to Gov. John Kasich signed it into law. Aaron Marshall, a spokesperson for a group that’s been collecting signatures to put a medical cannabis tally problem before voters this fall, revealed Ohioans for Marijuana delivery Los Angeles was suspending its campaign.