Overseers of Ohio’s marijuana Industry Defend Farm Selection: ‘Wouldn’t Have Done Anything Any Differently’

Overseers of Ohio’s new medical marijuana industry defended how they picked 24 businesses to run the state’s marijuana farms, including the hiring of a convicted felon. Ohio paid Trevor C. Bozeman to score the applicants for marijuana farms – a highly competitive process where winners will benefit from the new industry’s substantial profits. But Bozeman was convicted in 2005 of possession with intent to manufacture or distribute a controlled substance in Pennsylvania and was sentenced…

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