The law requires medical marijuana to be available within two years.
John Kasich is delivering a statement from Columbus, Ohio, on Wednesday afternoon.
Eight people were reportedly killed during bloodshed in Pike County, Ohio.
He later said he could "flip-flop" on the issue.
John Feehery and Peter Fenn join A.B. Stoddard to discuss important developments in the campaign.
"The pizza came out scalding hot, and so I used a little fork," Kasich said.
"Do you realize that that's just a big joke?" he added.
The presidential candidate said he would consider Garland if elected.
"Free enterprise is great, but it has to have a moral underpinning," he added.
"Whatever crazy can happen seems to."
"Now you call homes and everybody's out working," Kasich added.
The GOP senator also floated a "Rubio-Kasich-Cruz alliance."
"I have renewed faith, deeper faith, that the Lord will show me the way forward."
Kasich got into a tense exchange with a questioner at a California forum.
He called it a "mistake" to have never seen Prince in concert.
"Everybody needs to take a deep breath, respect one another," Kasich said.
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He said the attacks are "against our very way of life."
The donor, Michael Goguen, has been accused of sexually abusing a victim of human trafficking.
"Ohio grassroots activists and moms know better," she said.
Butch Otter said Kasich's executive experience makes him stand out in the field.
Being seen as the main threat to Donald Trump has generally been a nightmare-come-true.
A spokesman for Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner is joining Republican presidential candidate John Kasich...