Pennsylvania is on track to have medical cannabis on dispensary shelves come next April, according to Gov. Tom Wolf.
However, the legally permissible forms of medical marijuana might be more varied than originally thought.
The law, as passed, allows medical cannabis in pills, oils, topical treatments and liquids.
“There is no THC in (those) forms of the marijuana,” Wolf said. THC stands for tetrahydrocannabinol, which is the part the creates a high.