HARRISBURG, Pa., March 31, 2017 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Secretary of Health Dr. Karen Murphy
"Since April 2016, we've been working
During the next month, the department will be logging in applications received for growers/processors and dispensaries and begin the permit-review process.
"We know that the number one question on everyone's mind is who applied for a permit and where are they looking to place a facility," Secretary Murphy said. "It's important that we take this time to ensure that we are conducting every part of this intake and review process carefully, and according to our regulatory requirements. Once that is completed, we will be able to release the number of applications that were received."
Secretary Murphy said the department anticipates being able to release information about who applied, and for which region or county, after the permits are issued in late June.
The Medical Marijuana Program was signed into law by Governor Tom Wolf on April 17, 2016. Since that time, the department has:
The Medical Marijuana Program became effective on May 17, 2016, and is expected to be fully implemented by 2018. The program will offer medical marijuana to patients who are residents of Pennsylvania and under a physician's care for the treatment of a serious medical condition as defined by Act 16.
Questions about the Medical Marijuana Program can be emailed to [email protected]. Information is also available on the Department of Health website at www.health.pa.gov.
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SOURCE Pennsylvania Department of Health
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