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Apeks Supercritical
Johnstown OH
3430
Apeks Supercritical has been designing and manufacturing botanical oil extraction systems that utilize subcritical and/or supercritical CO2 as a solvent since 2001. Systems range in size from our smallest 1 liter benchtop system to our 40 liter production system and are fully a...
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The Joint Blog | May 18, 2018
 Ohio Ballot Board Certifies Initiative to Legalize Marijuana for Those 21


Anthony Martinelli

The Ohio Ballot Board has officially certified the Marijuana Rights and Regulations Act, giving proponents the go-ahead to begin collecting signatures.
The Ballot Boards approval of the initiative comes roughly a week after Attorney General Mike DeWine certified the initiatives language as being fair and truthful. Advocates of the measure must now collect 305,591 signatures from registered Ohio voters in order to put it to a vote of the people. If the signatures are collected by July 4 of this year unlikely, the initiative will be voted on this November. If they are collected prior to July, 2019, it will be placed on the November, 2019 general election ballot. If placed on either ballot and voted into law, the possession,....
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The Joint Blog | May 10, 2018
 Ohio AG Certifies Marijuana Legalization Initiative


Anthony Martinelli

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine has officially certified the ballot language for a proposed initiative that would legalize marijuana for everyone 21 and older.
The petition language for the Marijuana Rights and Regulations act was certified as being fair and truthful by AG DeWine. This is the first step towards the proposal being put to a vote of the people. The measure now goes to the Ohio Ballot Board, which will determine if the measure constitutes one, or multiple ballot questions. Once approved by the Board, proponents of the measure will need to collect 305,591 signatures from registered Ohio votes to put initiative on the November, 2019 general election ballot they have the opportunity to put the measure on this Novembers ....
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