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Unlimited Licenses? Pennsylvania Legalization Bill Charts a Bold New Plan

The bill envisions a robust social equity program, a pathway for small businesses to engage in the industry, and even an eco-conscious vape pen recycling program.

Police Sued Over Bulldozer Chase That Killed Cannabis Suspect

The chase developed as Greg Longenecker, 51, a short-order cook and avid vegetable gardener, tended 10 marijuana plants in a small clearing near Reading, Pennsylvania.

This Dispensary Staffed Up 3,000% Last Year—and They’re Still Hiring

A year ago, Philadelphia's TerraVida dispensary had 3 employees. Now it has nearly 100. The secret? Good pay, benefits, and work environment.

As New Philly Dispensary Opens, Gov. Wolf Wants a ‘Conversation’ on Cannabis

The governor wants to open a "conversation" about legalizing cannabis in the state and says the lieutenant governor will hold a series of town hall-style sessions on the subject.

Medical Marijuana Research to Begin in Pennsylvania

Eight Pennsylvania universities will begin researching qualifying conditions to better educate the country about medical marijuana.

Cured Cannabis Flower Now on Sale in Pennsylvania

The Health Department says sales of dry leaf began Wednesday at 16 dispensaries, with 28 more expected to follow next week.

Pennsylvania Should Totally Legalize it, State Auditor Concludes

Pennsylvania marijuana legalization efforts got a boost from the state auditor, who concluded the state could make $581 million per year in taxes on cannabis.

NORML Blasts Police for Chasing Cannabis Suspect With Bulldozer

State police went grossly overboard in their pursuit of a marijuana suspect whose body was found under a bulldozer that authorities used to search for him, the group said Thursday.

Judge Presses Pause on Pennsylvania’s Medical Marijuana Research Plans

The judge sided with dispensaries and growers, who argued registrants were meant to do research, not sell to the wider market.

Pennsylvania to Make Whole-Plant Cannabis Flower Available to Patients

The move is expected to lower costs and improve patient access. Cannabis designed to be smoked, however, would still be illegal.

Meet Acreage Holdings, John Boehner’s New Cannabis Crush

They're no hippies: The firm formerly known as High Street Capital was founded by ex-Wall Streeters with sharp elbows.

Pennsylvania Eyes Expanding Medical Marijuana to Plant Form

Despite a state law forbidding the sale of cannabis designed to be smoked, a state medical marijuana board is pushing to allow the sale of dried cannabis leaf.

Pennsylvania’s Medical Marijuana Dispensaries Are Running Dry

More crops are expected to be ready by late March.

‘Dear God…So Crazy…COUGHCOUGH’: The Week in Cannabis Quotes

From Seth Rogen's gravity-bong-inspired proclamations to US senators slamming the pharmaceutical industry for opposing legalization, here are the week's most notable cannabis quotes.

Philadelphia DA Drops Cannabis Cases, Joining National Trend

Philly will no longer prosecute cannabis possession cases. Similar policies were recently enacted in Houston and Brooklyn.

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