So far, the Philly state senator appears to be the only PA legislator to offer this service.
That includes the auditor general, several state legislators and the governor's own running mate.
Staff at the Frankford Avenue center are eager to start dispensing help.
Creating demand before supply was a smart way to launch the program, industry lawyers say.
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.