In September, Ohio will join 28 other states with comprehensive medical marijuana programs.

Glen Miller sits in the second row of his Horticulture 101 class, listening as his professor gives a lecture on plant biology.

At 61, Miller took a buyout from his former employer—a telecommunications company—and decided instead of retiring, he’d enroll in a training program for a second career. A career in cannabis.

“I am interested in the horticultural side of it,” Miller says. “So, I’d be interested in possibly getting a job at a grow house or a greenhouse, kinda be behind the scenes.”

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Ashton Marra ~ Radio.WOSU.org

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