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.
Governor Wolf Supports Recommendations of Medical Marijuana Advisory Board Approved by Secretary of HealthApril 16, 2018
Governor Wolf released the following statement applauding the efforts of the Medical Marijuana Advisory Board and Department of Health to enhance the state’s medical marijuana program and Secretary of Health Levine’s review and approval of its recommendations.
The Wolf Administration announced that permit applications are available online and for submission for grower/processors, dispensaries and academic clinical research centers as part of the second phase of Pennsylvania’s medical marijuana program.
Wolf Administration Approves Two Medical Marijuana Dispensaries as Operational, Final Grower/Processor AnnouncedMarch 02, 2018
Governor Wolf announced the PA Department of Health approved medical marijuana dispensaries in Montgomery and York counties and the final grower/processor in Franklin county to begin operations.