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Board of Pharmacy to hold dispensary drawing – Medical Marijuana Program Connection


The Ohio Board of Pharmacy will attract 73 new medical marijuana dispensary license holders from a pool of more than 1,400 applications.  Among them: A dozen former Family Video stores.

Perhaps a medical cannabis dispensary will set up shop in a vacant home video near you.

A dozen Ohio properties once occupied by rival Blockbuster are candidates for dispensaries that will be selected through a lottery on Thursday. Nearly 1,500 applications have been submitted for 73 new licenses under the state’s medical marijuana program.

The 12 Family Video stores drew 192 applications in total, including 43 for a location in Dayton. Parent company Highland Ventures Ltd. announced the closure of its remaining video libraries last year, but CEO Keith Hoogland said the company’s Legacy Commercial Property division would continue to operate.

Following: Ohio plans to more than double the number of medical marijuana dispensaries

Dispensary applicants also searched for empty Family Video storefronts in Coshocton, Springfield, Delphos, Youngstown and Columbus, among other places. A Zanesville property managed by the same company received 18 applications, although it previously housed a different business.

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The Ohio Board of Pharmacy will attract 73 new medical marijuana dispensary license holders from a pool of more than 1,400 applications.  Among them: A dozen former Family Video stores.

Perhaps a medical cannabis dispensary will set up shop in a vacant home video near you.

A dozen Ohio properties once occupied by rival Blockbuster are candidates for dispensaries that will be selected through a lottery on Thursday. Nearly 1,500 applications have been submitted for 73 new licenses under the state’s medical marijuana program.

The 12 Family Video stores attracted 192 applications in total, including 43 for a location in Dayton. Parent company Highland Ventures Ltd. announced the closure of its remaining video libraries last year, but CEO Keith Hoogland said the company’s Legacy Commercial Property division would continue to operate.

Following: Ohio plans to more than double the number of medical marijuana dispensaries

Dispensary applicants also searched for empty Family Video storefronts in Coshocton, Springfield, Delphos, Youngstown and Columbus, among other places. A Zanesville property managed by the same company received 18 applications, although it previously housed a different business.

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