Earlier this week, Pennsylvania became the 24th state to legalize medical marijuana, and now officials are shifting their focus from legalization to establishing a statewide distribution network.
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf took the necessary step over the weekend to end the suffering, once and for all, by signing a comprehensive medical marijuana program into law.
Pennsylvania will inevitably become the twenty-fourth state in the nation to legalize a comprehensive program that allows patients suffering from with a variety of conditions to use medical marijuana.
Pennsylvania officially has a fighting chance at legalizing a comprehensive medical marijuana program in 2016.
It was a full week in the fight to reform the marijuana laws in the United States. Some of the most encouraging news comes from Pennsylvania, where the House has finally approved a comprehensive plan to legalize medical marijuana. There was also some progress in the New H...