The latest hearing on the subject suggests supporters of legislation that would legalize medical marijuana in Pennsylvania have their work cut out in the State House.
New Jersey legalized six marijuana dispensaries five years ago. Three are in business today, with a fourth set to open later this year.
New Jersey is preparing to consider adding conditions that qualify patients for using medical marijuana, Health Commissioner Mary O’Dowd said Wednesday.
Opinions differed among experts on whether the Pennsylvania legislature should join 23 other states in approving marijuana for medical use.
Support for legalization of medical marijuana in Pennsylvania is building, but what might the bill that the legislature sends that governor look like?
Lebanon County Republican Mike Folmer says he’s pushing full steam ahead with legislation to legalize medical marijuana in Pennsylvania after a hearing on the issue Wednesday morning.
With Governor Tom Wolf now in office, chances for approval of medical marijuana in Pennsylvania have improved considerably. The effort to enact a law started from the beginning again Tuesday in the new session of the legislature.
The Health Department issued the permit to Breakwater Alternative Treatment Center in Cranbury Township on Friday.
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After an emotionally charged debate, Pennsylvania state senators passed legislation to legalize several forms of medical marijuana.
The state Senate today is expected to take what could be a historic vote on a bill to authorize the use of medical marijuana in Pennsylvania.
Don DeZarn said he was told by Princeton officials that he could not use medicinal marijuana and work in his job as senior operations manager of campus dining.
Medical marijuana can help ease patients’ pain, but apparently, it can also save lives.
3 On Your Side Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl has one family’s story.
At a hearing on medical marijuana, the committee heard testimony from Irvin Rosenfeld, one of only a few people who get marijuana for medicinal purposes approved by the federal government.