Pennsylvania is opening up more applications for medical marijuana business permits, though a previous York City applicant is unlikely to reapply.
A failed medical marijuana business applicant has sued the Department of Health due to "inconsistent, arbitrary, and mysterious application scores."
The state Department of Health received more than 460 applications for, at most, 39 medical marijuana business permits.
Gov. Tom Wolf sent a letter to U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions vowing to protect Pennsylvania's emerging medical marijuana program.
The success of Pennsylvania's medical marijuana program relies heavily on doctors willing to participate and recommend.
Pennsylvania has logged 258 applications and is on track to issue medical marijuana business permits by the end of June.
The application submission period for medical marijuana business permits closed Monday.
Recreational marijuana proponents in Pennsylvania just added a high-profile supporter in the form of the state's top financial watchdog.
The state Department of Health began accepting applications from medical marijuana business hopefuls on Monday.
The state Department of Health released temporary regulations last week for medical marijuana dispensaries.
The state Department of Health has hired its director to lead to Office of Medical Marijuana, though it's really more of a promotion.
Legislation passed last week regarding industrial hemp flew under the radar, but not to potential business owners.
A survey has indicated medical marijuana patients are likely to give up prescription drugs, a money-maker for Big Pharma.
State health officials are working to quickly bring in medical marijuana, but rushing it could lead to adverse effects.
As the cannabis industry gains more investment dollars, leading advocates are balancing professionalism with greater good.