Mummer and his son are opening a medical marijuana dispensary in South Philly

“This is a return to our roots, a chance to come home again,” said Fralinger String Band saxophonist George Badey, who grew up on Moyamensing Ave. near 6th Street.

Mummer and his son are opening a medical marijuana dispensary in South Philly

“This is a return to our roots, a chance to come home again,” said Fralinger String Band saxophonist George Badey, who grew up on Moyamensing Ave. near 6th Street.

‘World’s largest cannabis company’ created as Curaleaf acquires Grassroots

Grassroots operates five dispensaries in Pennsylvania under the Herbology brand, and Curaleaf has a grow and dispensaries in New Jersey.

‘World’s largest cannabis company’ created as Curaleaf acquires Grassroots

Grassroots operates five dispensaries in Pennsylvania under the Herbology brand, and Curaleaf has a grow and dispensaries in New Jersey.

A Philadelphia university says it’s offering ‘first MBA’ for the cannabis industry

The University of Sciences in Philadelphia announced Tuesday that it is launching a Master of Business Administration option for students looking for opportunities in the cannabis industry.

A Philadelphia university says it’s offering ‘first MBA’ for the cannabis industry

The University of Sciences in Philadelphia announced Tuesday that it is launching a Master of Business Administration option for students looking for opportunities in the cannabis industry.
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Maine’s tourist attractions include lobster, quaint towns, blueberries and now, for some, weed

Maine, with some of the most highly-respected cannabis growers in the country, is now accepting medical marijuana patients from New Jersey at its dispensaries and caregivers. Pennsylvania is expected to follow suit.

New Jersey now accepting more applications to grow and sell marijuana

The Garden State is expanding its medical marijuana program and plans to award 24 more licenses to aspiring growers and sellers.

Marijuana company under investigation in Pennsylvania faces probe in Ohio for ‘fraud, deception’

Harvest Health and Recreation, a multi-state operator, claimed on applications that 51 percent of its Ohio operations were owned by an “economically disadvantaged” group, Cincinnati Enquirer reporter Friday.

Anxiety now qualifies for medical marijuana in Pennsylvania

About 1.7 million Pennsylvanians over the age of 18 may suffer from anxiety disorders.

Jefferson-affiliated marijuana dispensary to open in Center City Philadelphia

Solterra Care, Pennsylvania's first hospital-affiliated marijuana dispensary will open at 8th and Locust streets.

‘Flagrant disregard’: Pa. medical marijuana grower blasted for security lapses, missing plants

AGRiMED was ordered to cease and desist harvesting, cutting or destroying any plants outside the presence of a Department of Health inspector.

Home delivery, employee protections as New Jersey expands medical marijuana program

The new law increases the amount of marijuana that patients can receive monthly, expands the number of illnesses eligible for prescriptions, and lets patients get the drugs delivered to their homes, among other provisions.

Philadelphia congressman calls for federal grants to fund small cannabis businesses

The bill would establish a Small Business Association grant program to help entrepreneurs navigate cannabis licensing and employment.

Illinois becomes 11th state to allow recreational marijuana

Gov. J.B. Pritzker has signed legislation making Illinois the 11th state in the nation to legalize recreational marijuana and the first to implement a comprehensive statewide cannabis marketplace designed by legislators

House would block feds from interfering with state pot laws

The Democratic-controlled House has voted to block the Justice Department from interfering with states that have legalized marijuana for recreational use

Pennsylvania picks Drexel, Jefferson and Penn State partners for medical marijuana research

The Pennsylvania Department of Health on Thursday announced that it had approved the first three companies to conduct medical marijuana research on 21 conditions in partnership with universities.

Babies are at risk when pregnant women use marijuana, a new study finds

Marijuana is increasingly socially acceptable and legal. Experts say that doesn’t make it safe for use in pregnancy.

California court: Prison pot is OK — if inmates don’t inhale

The judges ruled that California voters legalized recreational possession of less than an ounce of cannabis in 2016, with no exception even for those behind bars.

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