More than 10,000 people have registered to be among Pennsylvania’s first medical marijuana patients, Gov. Tom Wolf announced Wednesday. About 11.7 percent — or 1,188 applicants — have been certified by a doctor to participate in the state’s Medical Marijuana Program when it’s implemented next year, according to Wolf and the state Department of Health. “Patients have started to receive their medical marijuana identification cards, bringing us one step closer to getting medication to patients in the next four months.
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