Pennsylvania Lawmakers Approve Bill To Allow More Medical Marijuana Companies To Vertically Integrate

The Senate signed off on House changes to the bill on Tuesday

Pennsylvania’s legislature has sent a bill to the governor’s desk that would allow the more of the state’s medical marijuana growers and processors to act as retailers—and let more of the state’s retailers grow and process cannabis.

The Senate signed off on House changes to the bill on Tuesday, and it now goes to Gov. Josh Shapiro (D).

Under current state law, no more than five of the state’s 25 grower-processor license holders can also hold dispensary licenses. Others must sell their products to a licensed dispensary, which in turn can sell products to patients.

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