Pa.'s Medical Marijuana Program Shortages To Subside
March 5, 2020
Pennsylvania’s two-year-old medical marijuana program serves 160,000 active patients and, sometimes, keeping products in stock proves challenging.
Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine says, however, this problem will soon resolve itself.
“I think we have one of the best medical marijuana programs in the country,” she told the Senate Appropriations Committee the week of Feb. 24. “This has just been a very ambitious, quick ramp up and this is not a mature industry yet.”
Registered patients skyrocketed, Levine said, when the state added anxiety disorders to the list of approved medi...