The state's House of Representatives voted Monday to allow patients to receive a three-month marijuana supply instead of a one-month supply. The House also voted to allow dispensaries to provide curbside pickup.

By: KDKA-TV News Staff

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Changes that were made to Pennsylvania’s medical marijuana laws due to the COVID-19 pandemic could become permanent changes.

The state’s House of Representatives voted Monday to allow patients to receive a three-month marijuana supply instead of a one-month supply.

The House also voted to allow dispensaries to provide curbside pickup.

The bill will now move to the state Senate.