Pandemic-era regulations that let medical marijuana dispensaries serve patients at curbside and dispense three months' worth of the drug at a time were memorialized into law by the Pennsylvania Legislature Friday, and Gov. Tom Wolf's office said he would sign the bill.
Before the pandemic, dispensaries were limited to distributing a month's worth at a time.
The legislation also relaxes the rules under which contaminants in medical marijuana can be removed.
A proposal to allow patients to grow marijuana for their own use was defeated.
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