Up to 30 new medical marijuana dispensaries could open in Pennsylvania under a bill signed into law by the state’s Democratic governor, a potential expansion of 20%.
That would mean an expansion of up to 20% in the number of dispensaries allowed in the state if all 10 apply, are approved for permits and then open the maximum allowable three retail locations.
The new law also allows up to four dispensaries previously barred from cultivating cannabis to begin growing operations.
That could also help expand product offerings available to MMJ patients in the state, some of whom might be lured to nearby Ohio once adult-use sales begin there as anticipated in 2024.
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