Autism, anxiety get fresh look from Ohio medical marijuana officials: Capitol Letter

The second time around: The State Medical Board of Ohio is again going to look at whether medical marijuana should be allowed for people with anxiety and autism spectrum disorder. But cleveland.com’s Laura Hancock reports that this time around, more experts are being brought in, including people expected to be dead-set against the drug.

Cutting-edge technology: Officials held a ribbon-cutting ceremony Wednesday for a new test track for driverless and smart vehicles at the state’s Transportation Research Center in Logan County. Per cleveland.com’s Andrew Tobias, the new SMART Center, touted as the industry’s largest, includes a six-lane intersection, complete with a traffic light, with a 1.2-mile feeder road. The cost for the $45 million facility was split between the state (via JobsOhio and ODOT) and Ohio State University.

Getting the full picture: Gov. Mike DeWine’s spokesman on Wednesday defended the access given to federal law enforcement to

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