Ohio’s medical marijuana budget swelled to $11 million after state regulators received approval to spend an additional $6 million over the next two years, including the purchase of a seed-to-sale tracking system.
The funding for the Ohio Medical Marijuana Control Program is on top of the previously approved $5 million.
The largest sum of the money is earmarked for a seed-to-sale system, which can cost well over $6 million.
Ohio neighbor Pennsylvania agreed in April on a $10 million MMJ traceability contract with Denver-based MJ Freeway.
Ohio’s MMJ program will repay the state using revenues from