PA Lawmakers Recommend Non-Smokable MMJ, 14 Conditions

A committee tasked with drawing up recommendations for legalizing medical cannabis in Pennsylvania is proposing a program that would ban smokable marijuana and edibles but include several qualifying medical conditions that could lead to big patient numbers.

The proposal means the state could follow in the footsteps of Minnesota and New York, which both also bar smokable MMJ in favor of pills, oils and extracts. Although New York’s MMJ program is not yet up and running, Minnesota’s is off to a rough start, with only about 500 patients having registered so far.

The Pennsylvania committee is proposing 14 qualifying

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