Penn. Gov Says Citizens Are Not ‘Ready’ for Recreational Marijuana
Tom Wolf doesn’t think Pennsylvania “is ready for recreational marijuana,” he said to KDKA Radio this week.
Pennsylvania Rep. Aims To Free Pot Prisoners In Social Reform Push
The legislation he plans to introduce will expunge criminal records and release those jailed who otherwise would not be under the proposed new law.
The Fresh Toast Marijuana Legislative Roundup: May 21
Momentum toward legalization grew in Ohio, Pennsylvania and Missouri last week. Find out more in our weekly marijuana legislative roundup.
PA Approves Landmark Marijuana Research For State Universities
Governor Tom Wolf announced this week that eight medical schools—including the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania, the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, and Penn State College of Medicine—have been approved by the state to conduct medical marijuana research.
Marijuana Cancer Research Wins Science Fair For This High Schooler
Let this be a lesson for every underachieving child who recycles the cliché baking soda volcano at their school’s science fair.
Marijuana Dispensaries In Pennsylvania Have Already Run Out Of Product
Less than two weeks after Pennsylvania introduced a new medical marijuana program, two of the state's dispensaries ran out of inventory.
Patients Rejoice As Medical Marijuana Finally Goes On Sale In Pennsylvania
More than 4,000 patients have been certified to use medical marijuana in Pennsylvania and Thursday they finally had the chance to receive their medicine.
Former NRA President: Let Medical Marijuana Patients Have Guns
David Keene wrote in the Washington Times Wednesday, the federal government’s Schedule I drug classification for marijuana causes significant problems for gun owners.