Two medical marijuana conditions – anxiety and autism – are one step closer to being added to Ohio’s list of qualifying conditions. A state medical board committee on Wednesday recommended adding those two and rejecting three others: depression, insomnia and opioid addiction. The full board will vote on the conditions in June.
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