That also includes the auditor general and several state legislators
A lot of factors could prompt a turning of the tide here, observers believe.
The program is about to enter Phase Two. Here’s what went right (and wrong) in Phase One.
What’s happened and what’s ahead.
"We know that we can't stay where we're at, because status quo don't grow," state Rep. Ed Gainey said.
Which means three are within the Pittsburgh city limits.
The state is expected to issue permits to open medical marijuana dispensaries and grow/processing facilities next month.
This group wants to open a medical marijuana dispensary in Squirrel Hill — and has the backing of Allegheny County’s first executive
Keystone Relief Centers will hold a public meeting with Councilman Corey O'Connor's office May 17.
They will rally Wednesday in Harrisburg. And you can join them.
As much as it can, says a local marijuana activist and attorney.