A state medical marijuana advisory board votedthis week to recommend allowing dried leaf marijuana into the market. Pennsylvania Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine must decide whether to accept the recommendation for it to become statewide policy. Levine chaired the advisory board meeting, which voted 11-0 in favor of allowing “dry leaf or plant form for administration by vaporization.” The medical marijuana law does not require additional legislative action beyond Levine’s determination. Levine has up to a year to make a final decision on the board’s recommendations.
Source: Local News