The MMCP allows individuals with certain medical conditions to purchase and use medical marijuana upon the recommendation of an Ohio-licensed physician certified by the State Medical Board. Therefore, even if you are legally using medical marijuana under the MMPC, you may be denied an Ohio Concealed Handgun License and may be prohibited carrying a concealed handgun under federal law.
IMPORTANT SENATE BILL 81 INFORMATION Senate Bill-81 allows for veterans to receive a no-cost CCW license.
If a disqualifier is found, your application will be denied. § 922(g)(3)) prohibits any person “who is an unlawful user of or addicted to any controlled substance (as defined in section 102 of the Controlled Substances Act (21 U. Marijuana is listed in the federal controlled substances Act as a Schedule I controlled substance.
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NOTE: An applicant’s DD-214 must read “Honorable” or “Honorable Discharge” in the Character of Service box.
“General Discharge”, “General Discharge Under Honorable Conditions”, or similar language meet the requirements of the Ohio Revised Code to obtain a fee free license.
A single certificate documenting both 6 or more hours of online training AND 2 or more hours of in person handgun training is also acceptable.