Pennsylvania medical marijuana dispensaries open Feb. 15


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Medical marijuana will be available for Pennsylvania patients at approved dispensaries beginning February 15, according to Gov. Tom Wolf.

Patients are encouraged to contact the dispensary directly before visiting to see if an appointment is required.

Medical marijuana dispensaries in Pennsylvania are:

Cresco Yeltrah-Butler, 201 Pillow St., Bulter

Keystone Canna Remedies: 1309 Stefko Blvd., Bethlehem

Solevo-Squirrel Hill, 5600 Forward Ave, Pittsburgh

Organic Remedies-Enola, 4425 Valley Road, Enola

Terra Vida Holistic Center-Sellersville, 64 N. Main St., Sellersville

Keystone Shops-Devon, 420 West Lancaster Ave., Devon



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