Dept. Of Health Denies Greene Co. Marijuana Grower/Processor Permit Renewal ApplicationA Greene County marijuana grower/processor was denied a permit renewal application by the Department of Health.
Pa. Adds Anxiety To Qualifying Conditions For Medical PotThe Pennsylvania Health Department is adding anxiety disorders and Tourette's syndrome to the list of conditions that can qualify people to obtain legal medical marijuana.
Medical Marijuana Grower Cited For Record KeepingPennsylvania officials are accusing a medical marijuana growing company of failing to follow regulations that require it to keep records about the plants it grows.
Cease-And-Desist Order Issued To Pennsylvania Medical Marijuana Grower/ProcessorA Pennsylvania-based medical marijuana grower/processor has received a cease-and-desist order.
Pennsylvania Taps Three Medical Marijuana Facilities For Research ProgramThree medical marijuana facilities have been chosen to help the state research the use of cannabis to treat medical conditions.
Lt. Gov. Fetterman Cuts Ribbon On Medical Marijuana Dispensary While On Recreational Cannabis Listening TourLieutenant Governor John Fetterman cut the ribbon to open a new medical marijuana dispensary in New Kensington on Monday.
Pennsylvanians Pay Out $132M For Medical Marijuana In First YearState officials say Pennsylvania's medical marijuana program provided the drug nearly 600,000 times during its first year of sales.
KDKA Investigates: CBD Oil Supporters Are Believers Despite A Lack Of ProofCBD Oil is growing in popularity. People who use it, swear by it. But critics say it amounts to nothing more than snake oil.
New Medical Marijuana Dispensary Opens In East LibertyAnother prescription marijuana store is open in Pittsburgh.
Medical Marijuana Dispensary Opens In GreensburgThe first medical marijuana dispensary in Westmoreland County is now open for business.
Pennsylvania To Give Out Another 23 Medical Marijuana Dispensary PermitsPennsylvania is giving out another 23 permits to sell medical marijuana through dispensaries under the state's program that opened for business last February.