A new bill in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives would allow Pennsylvania farmers to grow medical cannabis.
In a memo to House members, Reps. Melissa Shusterman (D-Chester) and Ismail Smith-Wade-El (D-Lancaster) said they plan to introduce the bill to allow for accessible and equitable entry into the medical cannabis industry.
The bill would allow for a new permit that farmers and other small agricultural ventures can apply for to grow and sell medical cannabis to existing growers/processors on a limited basis.
The lawmakers say passing this legislation would open the door to new growers, including those in marginalized communities.
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