Ohio college agrees to run medical marijuana lab, company says
At least one Ohio public college is willing to test medical marijuana for quality purposes, a company recently announced in an effort to snuff concerns that a lack of labs could delay the entire program.
CCV Research would not name the college, but announced that it meets the requirements in the state program that a public college or university host a laboratory to monitor the quality of plants and products sold to Ohioans.
CCV Research hopes to partner with the school, according to CCV spokesman John Cachat, whose son Dr. Jonathan Cachat runs the company.
John Cachat said CCV made the announcement because state lawmakers were considering amending Ohio’s medical marijuana law out of concern that no schools would apply.
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