A push to place a medical marijuana question before Ohio voters this fall has failed.
Ohio voters could be asked to legalize medical marijuana in November.
Supporters of medical marijuana legalization will march in Cleveland this weekend as an effort to get a constitutional amendment before voters continues.
A new Quinnipiac University poll shows Ohioans are split over same-sex marriage, but a majority support the use of medical marijuana.
Ohioans could vote on whether to legalize medical marijuana next year if a group of activists are able to get the issue on the ballot.
Some Ohioans are trying to gather enough petition signatures to put an issue on the statewide ballot that would allow the use of medical marijuana and the growing of hemp.
The Ohio Ballot Board has approved a proposed constitutional amendment legalizing medical marijuana and certain uses of hemp.
For more than a decade, backers of a plan to legalize medical marijuana have tried unsuccessfully to convince Ohio lawmakers to approve the idea.