Ohio awards provisional medical marijuana processing licenses, a cannabis consumer survey in California confirms licensed MJ businesses are losing market share to illicit operators, and a Florida judge says a state law restricting the number of MMJ businesses runs afoul of a voter-approved constitutional amendment.

Here’s a closer look at some notable developments in the cannabis industry over the past week.

Abundance of caution

Ohio’s medical marijuana regulators appear to be learning from earlier missteps. In May, application scoring errors and subsequent lawsuits in Ohio’s cultivation licensing process threatened the program’s viability.

Now, regulators are moving…

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