COLUMBUS - Without a public college or university to test medical marijuana, no one would be purchasing the drug anytime soon.
Other states allow private laboratories to test marijuana's properties before it is sold, but Ohio's law put a one-year moratorium on private testers in favor of colleges.
Many public universities worried they would lose money from a federal government that still labels marijuana as among the most dangerous, illegal drugs.
But one college announced Tuesday it is up to the task: Hocking College in southeast Ohio.
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