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Two opponents of medical marijuana legalization have been appointed to a new Ohio medical marijuana advisory committee, raising concerns among MMJ advocates that the panel may be biased.
Both new members are top officials with the Drug Free Action Alliance, executive director Marcie Seidel, and assistant director Tony Coder. Their job will be to represent people involved in mental health treatment and substance abuse treatment, respectively, the Associated Press reported.
The 14-member committee was finalized this week and must hold its first meeting this month.
Ohioans for Medical Marijuana said committee seats should not go to legalization opponents.