State Sen. Daylin Leach, D-17, one of the co-sponsors of MMA, said the Department of Health is already working on regulations, and the state government will convene a conference of people from all over the country who have experience with medical marijuana regulations to come up with a manual of recommended best practices.

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“I was more than happy to help bring this beautiful new pavilion to Riverbend,” Leach said in a statement that was released for the opening. “Teaching our children how to be good stewards of the environment is a vital part of building a thriving society and a fun learning opportunity for the kids.”

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Berry was charged with second-degree murder, under a state law that makes those guilty of a felony liable for any death that occurs during the crime. (He’s one of about 400 Pennsylvania lifers who did not perpetrate the killing they are locked up for, according to State Sen. Daylin Leach, who proposes eliminating the felony-murder rule.)

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Any employee who works at least 20 hours a week for a company with more than 20 workers, would qualify, according to Senator Daylin Leach.

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Last Saturday, Greenhouse Ventures, which pitches itself as an accelerator for cannabis startups, hosted a daylong conference at the Chemical Heritage Foundation during Philly Tech Week 2016 presented by Comcast. Two weeks ago, Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf signed the Medical Marijuana Act, allowing for 150 dispensaries throughout the state, state Sen. Daylin Leach (D-Montgomery) pointed out. Translation: bookoo bud bucks if you’ve got the pockets for it and you’ll never have to worry about getting locked up.

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Leach said he believes the regulatory environment in Pennsylvania will be “very friendly” toward the medical cannabis industry moving forward.

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Sen. Daylin Leach, D-Montgomery, Senate Minority Leader Jay Costa, D-Allegheny, and Sen. Christine Tartaglione, D-Philadelphia, asked the Commonwealth Court to declare the postponement an unconstitutional infringement of voters’ rights.

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State Sen. Daylin Leach D-17, of King of Prussia, posted an open letter to all the district attorneys in Pennsylvania on April 21. In it, he estimates 18-24 months for the medical marijuana industry in the state to get started, and asked that the chief prosecutors of every county to use discretion in charging future medical marijuana patients with crimes of possession.

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Sen. Daylin Leach, D-Montgomery, who challenged the delay along with Sens. Jay Costa, D-Allegheny, and Christine M. Tartaglione, D-Philadelphia, said the Department of State should not ignore the unofficial results tallied during the primary. The vote against the constitutional amendment should stand and the question should be considered answered, he said.

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