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Governor Wolf announces where and when Pennsylvanians can purchase medical marijuana

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After years of planning, the first medical marijuana dispensaries in Pennsylvania are ready to open for business.

Governor Tom Wolf announced that medical cannabis will be available for patients starting February 15.

The following locations will open in the coming days:

Feb. 15

• Cresco Yeltrah-Butler, 201 Pillow St. Butler, PA, 724-712-0705

Feb. 16

• Keystone Canna Remedies, 1309 Stefko Blvd., Bethlehem, PA, 484-408-6122

• Solevo-Squirrel Hill, 5600 Forward Ave., Pittsburgh, PA 15217, 412-422-0420

• Organic Remedies-Enola, 4425 Valley Road, Enola, PA 17025, 717-562-7758

Feb. 17

• Terra Vida Holistic Center-Sellersville, 64 N. Main St., Sellersville, PA 18960, 215-257-3243

• Keystone Shops-Devon, 420 West Lancaster Ave., Devon, PA, 484-581-7189

Patients are encouraged to contact the dispensaries directly to determine if an appointment is necessary before visiting.

“Pennsylvanians have been waiting years for this moment,” Governor Wolf said in a statement. “Medical marijuana is legal, safe and now available to Pennsylvanians suffering from 17 serious medical conditions. In less than two years, we have developed a regulatory infrastructure, approved physicians as practitioners, certified patients to participate and launched a new industry to help thousands find relief from their debilitating symptoms.”

The Medical Marijuana Program was signed into law by Governor Wolf on April 17, 2016.

Since then, more than 17,000 patients have been registered for the program, and nearly 4,000 have been approved for treatment.

10 dispensaries and 10 growers and processors have been approved to operate to date. The governor's office expects the program to be fully implemented later this year.


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