Pennsylvania proposes medical marijuana rules for doctors

Pennsylvania regulators issued draft rules governing how doctors can qualify to recommend medical marijuana and certify patients to receive the drug under the state’s new MMJ program. Medical cannabis advocates, however, warned the proposed regulations¬†could limit patient access to MMJ, the Allentown Morning Call reported. Fewer patients would curb MMJ sales. The state health department’s proposed rules would require doctors to complete¬†a four-hour training session about medical cannabis. Physicians almost would have to add their names to a state registry. Becky Dansky of the Marijuana Policy Project told the Morning Call the registry requirement could limit ... Pennsylvania proposes medical marijuana rules for doctors is a post from: Marijuana Business Daily: Financial, Legal & Cannabusiness news for cannabis entrepreneurs