The group officers, President Mary Jane Borden and Vice President John Pardee, said that while good people can disagree about the temporary business structure the ResponsibleOhio amendment puts in place, “they all need to realize we are not likely to see an opportunity like this to end prohibition in Ohio in the foreseeable future.”
After speaking with national cannabis-reform groups, Borden and Pardee wrote, they realized Ohio is nowhere in those groups’ near-term or long-term strategic plans.
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