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CBD Oil Products Pulled From Store Shelves Amid State Crackdown in Ohio

CINCINNATI (WKRC) - Food products with CBD oil are being pulled from the shelves in Cincinnati.

The Ohio Department of Agriculture is cracking down as medical marijuana stores are opening across the state. State officials now say only dispensaries can sell CBD products, but some store owners say CBD and marijuana are not the same.

Two stores at Cincinnati’s Findlay Market were forced to remove CBD products from their shelves after they received visits from the Cincinnati Health Department.

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