The price of medical marijuana could fall dramatically for some patients by mid-summer. And the drug will soon be used to treat opioid withdrawal in Pennsylvania, which will become the second state after New Jersey to allow it for that purpose.

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HARRISBURG – State Senator Daylin Leach (D-Montgomery/Delaware) today commented on Secretary Rachel Levine’s announcement that she will accept the Medical Marijuana Advisory Board’s approval of “whole plant” marijuana.  “I am ecstatic today,” Leach said. “The Advisory Board’s vote and Secretary Levine’s announcement are the culmination of years of hard work. Allowing whole plant will dramatically […]

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A state medical marijuana advisory board voted Monday to recommend allowing dried leaf marijuana into the market.

Pennsylvania Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine must decide whether to accept the recommendation for it to become statewide policy.

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Patients moved a step closer Monday toward being able to purchase medical marijuana in its dry leaf or flower form — a cheaper alternative to the pills, oils, creams and other processed forms for sale at dispensaries.

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HARRISBURG – April 9, 2018 − State Senator Daylin Leach (D-Montgomery/Delaware) today commented on the Medical Marijuana Advisory Board’s overwhelming approval of “whole plant” marijuana as a valid form of medicine under Pennsylvania’s medical marijuana protocol. “It was very important for the advisory board to approve patients’ use of the plant material because it’s the […]

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HARRISBURG – March 28, 2018 − State Senator Daylin Leach (D-Montgomery/Delaware) today announced legislation that would create a system for tracing guns used in crimes in Pennsylvania. Currently, when a firearm-related crime occurs in Pennsylvania, law enforcement investigates the firearm to better understand the nature of its use. Leach’s bill would create a mechanism by […]

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