(EMAILWIRE.COM, November 13, 2015 ) Cincinnati, OH -- WHDH 7 News reports that Ohio voters rejected Issue 3 on the state ballot, a proposal which would have legalized both medical and recreational marijuana use in the state. Recreational use would be limited to adults 21 years of age or older and marijuana production would be restricted to private companies, which some deemed a monopoly of the potential marijuana industry.
65 percent of voters in Ohio voted against the legalization of marijuana in Ohio, which enraged some supporters of the medicinal applications
A representative of Cincinnati Drug Rehab commented:
"As a facility specializing drug rehab in Cincinnati, we understand the fears and reservations the citizens of Ohio. We also understand the frustration of those living in Ohio with diseases and illnesses which would benefit from the legalization of marijuana. Unfortunately for those who fall into that category, fear propagandized by the opposing force and lack of public education about substance abuse lead to decisions made out of reproach rather than research."
About Cincinnati Rehab:
Cincinnati Drug Rehab offers the finest amenities and accommodations while providing personalized patient care through the detox and recovery process. Cincinnati Drug Rehab works on the individual level, providing each patient with the care and consideration they need in this vulnerable time in their lives. With access to a spa, salon, and gym as well as spacious grounds and weekly outings, Cincinnati Drug Rehab goes above and beyond the expectations of our guests to ensure lasting recovery and sober living.
For more information, visit http://cincinnatidrugrehab.org/ or call (513) 679-5055.
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