Ohio’s new medical marijuana program received 104 applications for up to 40 processor licenses, the state announced Wednesday.

The list of applicants discloses only the company and contact names — not the full application details.

But there are familiar players listed, including 19 of 24 companies that were awarded cultivator licenses earlier this year. Cresco Labs LLC, which landed a Level 1 cultivator license for a growing factory in Yellow Springs, also applied for a processor license.

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Laura A. Bischoff ~ DaytonDailyNews.com ~

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