An Ohio state health-related board committee advised the state add anxiousness and autism to the list of qualifying situations for health-related marijuana, which most likely will assistance increase participation in the program and MMJ sales.

But the panel rejected depression, insomnia and opioid addiction, The (Cincinnati) Enquirer reported.

Ohio would have been the 1st state to approve depression and insomnia as qualifying situations, according to the newspaper.

The choice to reject opioid addiction as a qualifying situation runs counter to the rising trend of states permitting MMJ as an option to the narcotics, such as Colorado.

The complete Ohio health-related board will vote on the suggestions subsequent month.

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