Pennsylvania is on track to have medical cannabis on dispensary shelves come next April, according to Gov. Tom Wolf.
The law, as passed, allows medical cannabis in pills, oils, topical treatments and liquids.
The final decision of whether to include leaf marijuana in the list of permissible forms of medical cannabis would be up to the Secretary of Health.
“I hope (the secretary) will continue to look out for the welfare of the people of Pennsylvania,” Wolf said. “If this is something that we’re moving toward recreational marijuana, I don’t think Pennsylvania is ready for that.”
Source: Cannabis Business Times