COLUMBUS (KDKA) — Unfortunately for Ohio NFL fans, there will be no medical relief for their allegiance to mediocre teams.
This week, the State Medical Board of Ohio rejected the request that would allow Cincinnati Bengals and Cleveland Browns fans to qualify for the use of medical marijuana.READ MORE: Howard W. Hanna Jr., Founder Of Real Estate Agency Dies At 101 Years Old
“Ohio medical board committee says Browns’ and Bengals’ fandom not enough for medical marijuana.”
Ohio medical board committee says Browns’ and Bengals’ fandom not enough for medical marijuana.https://t.co/9RIhRMBpm6READ MORE: 'I Owe Him Everything'; Zlatan Ibrahimovic Pays Tribute Following The Passing Of Dr. Freddie Fu
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) February 12, 2020
The petition was submitted late in 2019, and was taken into consideration by the board, as they do each year.MORE NEWS: Wholey's Market Celebrates 109 Years In Business
The board did vote to submit autism and anxiety for expert review as potentially qualifying conditions.