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Bipartisan Panel Working to Craft Pennsylvania Medical Marijuana Proposal

08 Jul Bipartisan Panel Working to Craft Pennsylvania Medical Marijuana Proposal

A group of Pennsylvania lawmakers is working to make sure a medical marijuana proposal doesn’t go up in smoke, again.

The state Senate in May approved Senate Bill SB3 to create a medical marijuana program, but that legislation stalled in a state House of Representatives committee led by an opponent to the measure.

Then late last month, the legislation was referred to a new House committee, led by House Majority Leader Dave Reed, R-Indiana. He has said he is open to legalizing cannabis for medicinal purposes, while saying some House members are uncomfortable with the Senate proposal.

This new working group of lawmakers is tasked with getting the legislation approved and sent to Gov. Tom Wolf, a supporter of the proposal. [Read more at Lehigh Valley Live]

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