Pennsylvania adds anxiety, Tourette syndrome to medical marijuana conditions list

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Pennsylvania regulators have added two conditions to the list of health ailments that qualify for treatment with medical marijuana, which could result in an uptick in sales for MMJ firms.

The Philadelphia Inquirer reported that anxiety disorders and Tourette syndrome will be added to the program’s list of 21 medical conditions on July 21.

More information about Pennsylvania adding conditions to the MMJ list can be found here.