Pa medical marijuana shops remain open, operating curbside pickup; State liquor stores are closed indefinitely
A line of vehicles wrapped around the block as some medical marijuana dispensaries remain open to PA’s 147,000 registered patients during the coronavirus pandemic.
The state run liquor stores however have closed indefinitely in accordance with the governor’s orders. Beer distributors remain open.
The Veterans, African American, and low-income communities across all spectrums are disproportionately effected from the current federal laws on the books governing marijuana possession and use.
In D.C., President Donald J. Trump has done more for marijuana reform than anyone ever expected.
The governor made the announcement at a press conference as he and Lt. Gov. John Fetterman unveiled a report on public opinion of marijuana legalization.
Fetterman went on a statewide tour earlier this year to gauge public sentiment.