The Republican Attorney General of Ohio, Mike DeWine, has certified a petition for another proposed ballot initiative to legalize recreational marijuana in the state.

As part of the initiative, adults age 21 and older in the state of Ohio would be permitted to possess marijuana as well as grow it, use it, and sell and share it.

The petition will now go to the bipartisan Ohio Ballot Board, which must decide whether the measure contains one or multiple ballot issues.

At least 305, 591 signatures would be needed by supporters who are registered Ohio voters in order to put the initiative on the ballot.

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