COLUMBUS – As sales of medical marijuana in Ohio approach $10 million, the average price for bud is going down. Ohio dispensaries sold $9.68 million of medical marijuana between Jan. 16, when sales began at four dispensaries, and June 8, when 18 dispensaries had opened. That includes 1,181 pounds of dried flower and 12,152 units of tinctures, vaping oils and edibles.
Prices have been steep as the program gets up and running. For the first two months of sales, prices averaged $471.86 per ounce, according to an Enquirer analysis of Department of Commerce data. Last week, the average sale price was down to $442.16 an ounce. That's less than the average price reported in March for Pennsylvania, where sales started last year, but more than in Illinois and Michigan, which averaged $207.63 per ounce during a six-month period ending in March. But don't expect prices to drop to Michigan levels any time soon. Brian Wingfield, owner of Ohio Cannabis Company dispensary in Coshocton, said some growers have recently set lower prices on introductory products or lower-THC strains they plan to discontinue growing. Wingfield expects flower prices to go down a little bit more but not too much because growers will need to start selling more plant material for marijuana-infused products as more processors come online. Meanwhile, Wingfield said, Standard Wellness plans to roll out its infused gummy candy at $15 less than its competitor.
The average price in Michigan was $207.63 per ounce during the time between October and March. Ohio requires dried marijuana flower be sold in one-tenth ounce amounts. Prices range between $30 and $52 per one-tenth, according to an Enquirer review of menus from four dispensaries around the state. [View Related Entries] PROTIP: Press 'i' to view the image gallery, 'v' to view the video gallery, or 'r' to view a random entry. This submission is currently being researched & evaluated! You can help confirm this entry by contributing facts, media, and other evidence of notability and mutation. Two Scoops refers to a TIME magazine article reporting on President Donald Trump's special dinner in which his chef brought one scoop of ice cream for each his guests but two scoops for the President. "Two scoops" quickly became a joke online as people mocked the president's two scoops as indicative of his apparent domineering personality, as well as the news media's coverage of his dessert. On May 11th, 2017, TIME magazine published an article entitled "Donald Trump After Hours,"  an exclusive, behind the scenes account of President Trump's life living in the White House. One paragraph in the article, which described the president's particular dining habits, specifically his wait staff brining him two scoops of ice cream with pie, while his guests got one, receieved immediate attention. Miller write: The waiters know well Trump’s personal preferences. As he settles down, they bring him a Diet Coke, while the rest of us are served water, with the Vice President sitting at one end of the table. With the salad course, Trump is served what appears to be Thousand Island dressing instead of the creamy vinaigrette for his guests. When the chicken arrives, he is the only one given an extra dish of sauce. At the dessert course, he gets two scoops of vanilla ice cream with his chocolate cream pie, instead of the single scoop for everyone else. Shortly after posting the article, people online began mocking the President's dessert choices, referring to it as an example of his lavish lifestyle and personality. Others online made ironic jokes about the outrage to the article. On the /r/The_Donald subreddit, one redditor, Jalapenopepe, posted a picture of a screaming Stephen Colbert holding a gun (shown below) under the thread title "TWO SCOOPS. ", which received more than 700 points (95% upvoted) within 24 hours.  Additionally, others made similar jokes while criticizing CNN's coverage of the "Two Scoops" controversy. Tweets lambasting the news network began appearing around 3pm that day, as CNN's chyron read "PRESIDENT GETS 2 SCOOPS OF ICE CREAM, EVERYONE ELSE 1." One report from CNN became the subject of ridicule on YouTube. The video "Two Scoops for Trump (shown below), published on May 11th, received more than 114,000 views, but an upvote-to-downvote ratio of 365 to 5,920, as of May 15th. In the coming days, several other news sites reported on the "Two Scoops" controversy, including Buzzfeed,  New York magazine,  Uproxx  and more. Saturday Night Live made references to the controversy on the May 13th episode. In the sketch (shown below), a parody of Donald Trump's May 2017 interview with NBC's Lester Holt,  Trump rings a bell, and Paul Ryan delivers "two scoops" of ice cream to him.
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