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“My 7-year-old is a little girl, and she knows that mommy is trying to start a new business and that I’ll be making medicine. And although the Department of Health won’t say how many have been filed so far, hundreds of applications are likely by the March 20 deadline.
The law aims to supply cannabis to seriously ill patients who have any one of 17 qualifying ailments.
It was an easy sell for the conservative legislature: Polling found that nearly 9 out of 10 Pennsylvanians approved of medical marijuana, which already is legal in some other states, including New Jersey.
“It’s a piece of ground that has been excluded from normal use, and this is the perfect use for this space,” Tuttleman said in a recent interview.
“At this time, I can’t say a lot more about it.” Morgan, the AAMCO heir, recently spoke with civic leaders in Northeast Philadelphia about opening a dispensary in Bustleton and is looking at an undisclosed location in Bensalem Township, Bucks County. Wolf's administration has moved swiftly to draft regulations since the law legalizing marijuana for medicinal purposes and pain control was approved by the GOP-controlled legislature and signed by the Democratic governor in April.