In April, legislators passed and Gov. Wolf signed a bill legalizing medical marijuana in Pennsylvania. More than 100,000 people statewide (some say it’s closer to 200,000) are expected to eligible to obtain medical marijuana. But don’t expect it to happen overnight — though the bill goes into effect 30 days after Gov. Tom Wolf signs it, it’ll be a year and a half before the statewide medical marijuana program is up and running.
The bad news: There’s still a racial disparity.
If you’ve got a prescription, you can buy cannabis oils, extracts — and possibly the plant itself.
Of the two currently available spots in Southeastern PA, zero went to Philly.
It’s hard to use banks when the feds say pot’s illegal.
And it wouldn’t even have to be approved by lawmakers.
Medical marijuana could be an alternative to prescribing drugs like Oxycodone and Vicodin.
Medical? Check. Decriminalization? Some places. Legalization? LOL.
A former schoolteacher’s $80K investment is now paying quite the dividend in the Mile High City.
Going public with the story of treating his infant son’s cancer with marijuana left him with few other options.
A City Council committee today heard testimony about the rollout of medical marijuana in Philadelphia.
She’s formally advising Greenhouse Ventures, a Philadelphia startup that trains and invests in cannabis businesses.