Some Pa. Republicans are open to legalizing marijuana after coronavirus blew a hole in the budget

Republican lawmakers in Pennsylvania are coming around — if slowly — to the idea of legalizing marijuana for adult recreational use.

First medical marijuana research launches in Pa.; patients to be paid for participating in Jefferson U. studies

A total of eight Pennsylvania medical schools have partnered with weed companies to provide data that will drive the development of new strains of marijuana for medical use.

First medical marijuana research launches in Pa.; patients to be paid for participating in Jefferson U. studies

A total of eight Pennsylvania medical schools have partnered with weed companies to provide data that will drive the development of new strains of marijuana for medical use.

'Hundreds' of medical marijuana jobs in Pa. are going unfilled despite high unemployment

Medical marijuana organizations in Pennsylvania, deemed “essential" and "life-sustaining businesses” by the state during the coronavirus pandemic, say a bottleneck has prevented them from hiring hundreds of workers.

'Hundreds' of medical marijuana jobs in Pa. are going unfilled despite high unemployment

Medical marijuana organizations in Pennsylvania, deemed “essential" and "life-sustaining businesses” by the state during the coronavirus pandemic, say a bottleneck has prevented them from hiring hundreds of workers.

How coronavirus has given a boost to Pennsylvania’s marijuana industry

Disruptions caused by public health crisis has triggered several temporary changes including cashless transactions, use of telemedicine, and de facto home delivery.

How coronavirus has given a boost to Pennsylvania’s marijuana industry

Disruptions caused by public health crisis has triggered several temporary changes including cashless transactions, use of telemedicine, and de facto home delivery.
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DEA relaxes rules for the only federally approved drug derived from marijuana

On Monday, the DEA notified GW Pharma that it no longer considered Epidiolex a controlled substance under the federal Controlled Substance Act.

Pennsylvania marijuana grower sold to controversial Arizona weed giant

Harvest Inc., one of the nation’s largest marijuana companies, completed a $25.5 million purchase of a Pennsylvania cannabis grower with ties to an associate of Gov. Tom Wolf.

New Jersey allows curbside service at medical marijuana dispensaries during coronavirus pandemic

The state also reduced the fee to become a caregiver from $100 to $20.

Pennsylvania relaxes medical marijuana rules, allowing for curbside pickup and de facto home delivery for the first time

The relaxed regulations will continue as long as the governor's emergency proclamation is in effect.

Long lines and 3-hour waits as medical marijuana sales surge in Pa., N.J.

Lines of patients reportedly snaked around many dispensaries this past week.

Pa. marijuana dispensaries call for volunteer ‘caregivers,' ask state to allow home deliveries

One dispensary owner said she would pay the state fees for 100 volunteer caregivers.

Every Pa. medical marijuana patient who drives is a DUI target. This lawmaker wants to change that.

The proposed bill would turn the focus from “under the influence” to “impairment,” reducing the risk of patients receiving a DUI charge.

The weed industry spent a record $2 million last year to lobby New Jersey. Here’s who spent that money.

Who spent big money last year to legalize marijuana in the Garden State? Here's the list.

Cannabis giants, formerly of Canopy Growth, band together to build out U.S. hemp supply chain

Bruce Linton is the founder and former CEO of Canopy Growth Corporation (CGC), the world’s largest cannabis company and the first marijuana firm to be listed on the New York Stock Exchange.

Spotlight is on weed at this year’s Philadelphia Flower Show

For the first time in the history of the Philadelphia Flower Show, there will be a spotlight this year on the world’s most notorious weed.

A Pa. medical marijuana patient goes to court after being denied federally subsidized housing

A panel of three Pennsylvania judges will decide if the veteran has a right to Section 8 housing.

Why are so many people still being arrested for marijuana across Pennsylvania?

“We’re still arresting more people than we did 10 years ago,” said Lt. Gov. John Fetterman. “It’s lunacy.”

Delaware gets approval from USDA to grow hemp. Is that a good thing?

One industry analyst warns that aspiring hemp farmers in any state take caution.

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