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Cleveland is a major city in Ohio on the shores of Lake Erie. Landmarks dating to its days as a turn-of-the-20th-century manufacturing center include the Steamship William G. Mather, now part of the Great Lakes Science Center. It’s also known for the stately Cleveland Museum of Art, the Cleveland Orchestra, and the I.M. Pei–designed Rock and Roll Hall of Fame & Museum.
Medical cannabis is legal in OH, which became effective Sept. 8, 2016. HB 523 made the Ohio Department of Commerce (ODOC) responsible for developing rules for the implementation, administration, and enforcement of the program, to license and regulate medical marijuana cultivators, processors and testing laboratories, and develop standards for cultivators, processors, dispensaries, and testing labs.
Local governments have the power to restrict or ban cultivators, processors, and dispensaries.
Cannabis can be consumed in a home by vaporizers, tinctures, oils, edibles or patches. While medical marijuana has been legal in Ohio since 2016, dispensaries have not been set up. The state missed its goal to have the medical marijuana program operational by Sept. 8, 2018.
There are great places to visit while in the influence of medical marijuana in Cleveland, these are:
Admire some contemporary art — The Museum of Contemporary Art in Cleveland also known by its initials (MOCA) houses some of the best contemporary art in the world produced by both local and international artists. The building itself, which was completed in 2012, is very modern looking, built in an unusual shape entirely out of tinted glass. The building starts off as a hexagon at ground level but at its roof it is a square shape. The glass walls provide a mirrored finish.
Watch something at the Playhouse Square Center — Right at the very heart of Cleveland’s well known and much loved performing arts scene, the Playhouse Square Center is home to an impressive nine theaters including The State and The Palace theaters. Most of the theaters were built at some point in the 1920s and, after becoming run down, had to be saved from destruction by locals who were willing to work on restoring the buildings. The restorations took place in the 1990s and were a great success, restoring the buildings to their former glory and saving them from demolition.
Stroll around the city’s outdoor museum — Often referred to as an outdoor museum, the Lake View Cemetery covers a large expanse of land and holds more than 100,000 graves. The cemetery started its life in 1869 and is still used for around 700 burials each and every year. Notable graves here include those of James Garfield and John Rockefeller. There are monuments here in honor of these men and the Wade Chapel, built in remembrance of J Wade, is also worth viewing.
After a Veriheal doctor approves you for medical marijuana in Ohio, you'll be able to access local dispensaries in Cleveland.
Data last updated 01/09/2020