Medical marijuana legalization is working its way through the Senate. Hear how it could help local families who have children suffering from diseases such as seizures.
At a press conference announcing a task force to tackle the heroin epidemic in Pennsylvania, Gov. Tom Corbett could not have been clearer about his view of marijuana.
The following Editorial discusses Governor Corbett’s decision to back legalizing a marijuana extract.
Gov. Tom Corbett is changing his position on medical marijuana and is backing the legalization of a marijuana extract to treat severe seizures in children.
Pennsylvania parents with children afflicted with seizures are feeling increasingly desperate.
A few hundred people who want the state to change its marijuana laws are taking their campaign to the Pennsylvania Capitol.
Forever high on hubris, the sport is pondering extra games, playoff teams, and new franchises, perhaps in London or Los Angeles. And it feels like all are in the name of profit, not principle.
A bi-partisan bill to legalize marijuana when prescribed by a doctor has been introduced by Republican PA Sen. Mike Folmer of Lebanon County and Democratic PA Sen. Daylin Leach of Montgomery County.
“Every day that these kids aren’t getting the medicine they need is a day of their life they’ll never get back,” Sen. Daylin Leach discussing legalizing medical marijuana in PA.
Two state senators, one a Republican and the other a Democrat, are planning to introduce a bill to legalize a certain form of marijuana for medicinal use in Pennsylvania.