Pennsylvania regulators have given their first approval for a dispensary to begin providing medical marijuana once product becomes available from a licensed grower.
The Keystone Canna Remedies dispensary in Bethlehem received the health department’s authorization Thursday, a major milestone for Pennsylvania’s nascent MMJ program.
Regulators last week approved eight of 12 licensed companies to begin growing medical marijuana, and products are expected to be available to patients in the next four months.
A 2016 state law legalized medical marijuana for people suffering from one of 17 qualifying conditions.
– Associated Press and Marijuana Business Daily