Medical Marijuana Program Celebrates Five-Year Anniversary, Continues Commitment to Patients in PennsylvaniaApril 17, 2021
Governor Tom Wolf today commemorated the five-year anniversary of Act 16 of 2016, better known as the Pennsylvania Medical Marijuana Act, which established the medical marijuana program in the commonwealth.
Wolf Administration: 100,000 Medical Marijuana Patient Certifications, First Phase II Grower/Processor Now OperationalApril 04, 2019
Harrisburg, PA – The Wolf Administration today announced that approved doctors have issued more than 100,000 patient certifications to allow patients with serious medical conditions access to the state’s medical marijuana program. “Realizing 100,000 patient certifications and seeing the first Phase II grower and processor operationalized is a testament to the hard work of the…
The Wolf Administration today announced that in its first year the state’s medical marijuana program has helped 83,000 Pennsylvanians access this vital medication, which was dispensed nearly 600,000 times at approved dispensaries across the state.
Wolf Administration Approves Eight Universities as Certified Medical Marijuana Academic Clinical Research CentersMay 14, 2018
Governor Wolf announced that the Pennsylvania Department of Health has approved eight universities as Certified Academic Clinical Research Centers in Pennsylvania’s medical marijuana program, signaling the first step towards clinical research to commence in the commonwealth.