State of Ohio’s medical board to consider whether being a Browns or Bengals fan qualifies for medical marijuana use

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A petition has been submitted to Ohio’s State Medical Board, requesting that being a fan of professional Ohio football teams be a qualifying condition for medical marijuana.

Apparently, being a Cleveland Browns or Cincinnati Bengals fan is grounds for a mental evaluation, at least according to the documentation provided, flanked by Autism Spectrum Disorder and Cachexia/Wasting Syndrome.

According to FOX19, the Ohio State Medical Board’s Medical Marijuana Committee must now decide which of the 28 petitions listed should be considered as “qualifying conditions” to justify medical marijuana use.

State Medical Board Director of Communications Tessie Pollock stated that physicians and medical marijuana experts.

While it is unlikely that the affiliations with NFL teams will be considered, other ailments, to include PTSD and cancer, may make the cut.

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