Medical Marijuana Update; Dating over 40 & Start-Up Kid

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The Ohio Medical Marijuana Program is scheduled to be up and running by September. But progress hasn't been steady. For example, the process for licensing growers of medical weed was found a state audit to have a "critical flaw" that calls its fairness into question. On The Sound of Ideas, we'll get the latest on Ohio's nascent marijuana industry. Later, for Valentine's Day, thoughts from a local dating coach on finding love after age 40. And, a young "Start-Up Kid" entrepreneur from JFK High School shows us her business selling candied apples and cupcakes called, The Tr(eat) Plug. 



Dating with a Sense of Humor

The Tr(eat) Plug

Young Entrepreneurship Institute's Teen Pitch Tank Contest - For more details, click here.

  • Create a video of yourself pitching a business idea.
  • Upload your video by February 19.

-Jackie Borchardt, Columbus Bureau Reporter,

-John Vavalo, Chairman & CEO, Terradiol, a biopharmaceutical company based in Syracuse, NY

-Adrienne Selko, Dating Coach 

-Niyah Willis, Junior, John F. Kennedy High School & CEO, The Tr(eat) Plug

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