A proposed expansion of Ohio’s medical marijuana program would award cultivation licenses to processors that sued the state over previous denials, including one owned by a well-connected Cincinnati businessman with deep roots in the industry.

The provision is just one part of a bill passed by the Ohio Senate Wednesday that aims to revamp the program and allow doctors to recommend marijuana for any medical condition. The bill now heads to the Ohio House for consideration.

The measure raises questions about whether the bill provides a new path for certain processors to get licensed years after the Ohio Department of Commerce rejected their applications.

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