Medical Cannabis Doctors in Pennsylvania (PA)
Are you looking to get your medical marijuana prescription in Pennsylvania state? The talented team of doctors here at Calm Effect are here to help guide you through every single step of the process.
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With a growing roster of Doctors who can prescribe cannabis all over PA, Calm Effect is ready to help. Learn how you can get your medical card. Pennsylvania is one of the states that allows telemedicine for medical marijuana.
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By following these steps, if your doctor recommends medical marijuana as a solution for your condition and unique symptoms, you'll be eligible for a Pennsylvania medical marijuana card with access to our growing roster of dispensaries across the entire state. Mail-order and walk ins are available.
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Pennsylvania - Qualifying Conditions:
Only patients suffering from one of the following medical conditions can participate in Pennsylvania’s medical marijuana program:
- Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.
- Anxiety disorders.
- Cancer, including remission therapy.
- Crohn’s disease.
- Damage to the nervous tissue of the central nervous system (brain-spinal cord) with objective neurological indication of intractable spasticity, and other associated neuropathies.
- Dyskinetic and spastic movement disorders.
- HIV / AIDS.
- Huntington’s disease.
- Inflammatory bowel disease.
- Intractable seizures.
- Multiple sclerosis.
- Neurodegenerative diseases.
- Opioid use disorder for which conventional therapeutic interventions are contraindicated or ineffective, or for which adjunctive therapy is indicated in combination with primary therapeutic interventions.
- Parkinson’s disease.
- Post-traumatic stress disorder.
- Severe chronic or intractable pain of neuropathic origin or severe chronic or intractable pain.
- Sickle cell anemia.
- Terminal illness.
- Tourette syndrome.
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11/30/20 - Pennsylvania's lieutenant governor tweeted, "There is already a thriving marijuana market in Pennsylvania. Why not make it legal? Why not make it safe? Why not make it taxable to help Pennsylvania get back on its feet?" He also tweeted, "Legal adult-use cannabis is criminal justice reform. More than 20,000 Pennsylvanians get a criminal record every year for doing something that 1) most of us don't even think should be illegal and 2) is legal in 11 states and decriminalized in 26 states and D.C."
11/19/20 - Sen. Pat Toomey (R-PA), who will chair the Senate Banking Committee if Republicans maintain their majority in the chamber, said that marijuana banking legislation is "something we should work on.” It has passed the House three times but has stalled under the current Senate chair.
11/18/20 - Pennsylvania's lieutenant governor tweeted, "No, I don't use cannabis. Yes, I'll be tested, if that's what it takes for our legislature to pass legalization. You don't have to personally use cannabis to see that it's just common sense and the people of Pennsylvania deserve this freedom."
11/16/20 - Pennsylvania's lieutenant governor tweeted, "One thing we *can* do while we await legal cannabis is forgive old offenses. Last year, as chair of the Board of Pardons, I created an expedited pardon application for minor cannabis-related offenses."
11/2/20 - Pennsylvania's lieutenant governor tweeted, "This weekend is a great time to get started on your expedited application for a pardon of your minor cannabis-related offenses. Please take this chance to stop your past from ruining your future."
10/16/20 - Pennsylvania's lieutenant governor tweeted, "Illinois just banked $100M in revenue. Let me be clear: Pennsylvania, with a $4B budget deficit, is quite literally rejecting 100’s of millions of *free money* every year with cannabis Prohibition. Billions of dollars to build up PA, not the drug cartels. Legal Weed for PA."
10/14/20 - For the third month in a row, Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf (D) held another public event focused specifically on building the case for marijuana legalization and calling out the Republican-controlled state legislature for failing to enact the popular reform.
10/5/20 - Pennsylvania's lieutenant governor tweeted, "It has been 374 days since Governor Tom Wolf and I called on our state's legislature to earnestly examine legalizing adult-use cannabis. Why haven't they gotten started? This is not a Democratic or Republican issue. It's an everyone issue. A majority of people in PA want this." Separately, The state Superior Court reversed a lower court's ruling that suppressed evidence found when police searched a car based on the smell of marijuana alone.
10/1/20 - Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf (D) tweeted, "Other states are pushing to legalize adult-use marijuana. Tell your legislator: Let’s legalize in Pennsylvania and keep those profits here, in our own backyard."
9/30/20 - Pennsylvania's lieutenant governor tweeted, "Legal adult-use cannabis is criminal justice reform. Thousands of Pennsylvanians get a criminal record every year for doing something that 1) most of us don't even think should be illegal and 2) is legal in 11 states and decriminalized in 26 states and D.C. "
9/29/20 - Pennsylvania Lt. Gov. John Fetterman (D) hosted a marijuana chat with Illinois Lt. Gov. Juliana Stratton (D) and Michigan Lt. Gov. Garlin Gilchrist (D), during which the legalization state officials gave advice on how to navigate cannabis legislation—including a focus on social equity.
Also, A federal judge ruled that workers in Pennsylvania can sue employers for alleged discrimination against their use of medical cannabis.
And, A poll found that Pennsylvania voters support legalizing marijuana, 58%-35%.
9/28/20 - Pennsylvania's lieutenant governor tweeted, "Today marks one full year since @GovernorTomWolf and I called on our state's legislature to earnestly examine legalizing adult-use cannabis. Why haven't they gotten started? Please tell your state representatives and state senators to get started, now."
9/25/20 - Pennsylvania's lieutenant governor tweeted, "Right here in Pennsylvania, we should be offering high-paying cannabis-related jobs in this growing industry. Pennsylvania needs action now. Contact your state legislators and advocate for change."
9/24/20 - Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf (D) tweeted, "Instead of taking votes on meaningless bills, the Republican legislature should take action on my plan to help PA by providing child care and hazard pay funding, passing sick leave legislation, and legalizing adult-use marijuana to help businesses impacted by the pandemic." The state's lieutenant governor tweeted, "Last year, nearly 22,000 people in PA were arrested for having less than 30 grams of cannabis. Imagine how we could better devote that time and those resources, instead of prosecuting people for something most of us don't even think should be illegal."
9/22/20 - Pennsylvania's lieutenant governor tweeted, "Did you know? There has never been a single reported fatal overdose of cannabis. Pennsylvania regulates legal alcohol, and alcohol-related deaths per year in the U.S. number about 88,000, according to the National Institutes of Health."
9/21/20 - Pennsylvania's lieutenant governor tweeted, "Imagine denying Pennsylvania’s farmers the largest cash crop, perhaps-ever-over Reefer Madness. Cannabis is 💯 pro farmer. Cannabis is 💯 pro 🔴 county PA. Legal Weed is pro Pennsylvania."
9/15/20 - Pennsylvania's lieutenant governor tweeted, "Pennsylvania's recreational cannabis revenue? $0. Now more than ever, we need to take that money away from illegal dealers and use it to offset the burden to taxpayers. Please tell your legislators to act now."
9/14/20 - Pennsylvania's lieutenant governor tweeted, "The majority of Pennsylvanians in Democratic and Republican represented districts want adult-use cannabis legalized now! It is time for legislators to listen to their constituents. There is support in all 203 House Districts and all 50 Senate Districts."
9/11/20 - Pennsylvania's lieutenant governor tweeted, "Last year, nearly 22,000 people in PA were arrested for having <30 grams of cannabis. Imagine how we could better devote that time and those resources, instead of prosecuting Pennsylvanians for something most of us don't even think should be illegal."
9/10/20 - Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf (D) tweeted, "Last year, @FettermanLt toured Pennsylvania to talk with you about adult-use marijuana. Overwhelmingly, Pennsylvanians asked for legalization. I’m for it — we could use the profits to help small businesses harmed by COVID. Tell your legislator to get a bill legalizing adult-use marijuana to my desk. I’d be happy to sign it into law." Meanwhile, the lieutenant governor tweeted, "New Jersey is poised to legalize adult-use cannabis in November. This means about 40% of our Commonwealth's population will be a 30 minute or less drive from legal access just over the border. Pennsylvania needs action now!"
9/9/20 - Pennsylvania's lieutenant governor tweeted, "There’s already a thriving marijuana market in Pa. Why not make it legal, why not make it safe and why not make it taxable to help Pa. get back on its feet?"
9/8/20 - Pennsylvania's lieutenant governor tweeted, "Right here in Pennsylvania, we should be offering high-paying cannabis-related jobs in this growing industry. Pennsylvania needs action now. Contact your state legislators and advocate for change."
9/4/20 - Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf (D) stepped up criticism of Republican leaders in the state legislature for not advancing the popular issue of marijuana legalization at a time the state badly needs new revenue and jobs. “There’s nothing going on. That’s why we’re having this press conference. We’re saying, ‘Remember a year ago?" Also, The Delaware County, Pennsylvania Council is considering a marijuana decriminalization proposal.
8/31/20 - Pennsylvania's lieutenant governor tweeted, "It has been 340 days since Governor Tom Wolf and I called for immediate decriminalization of marijuana and a pathway to legalization. Tell your state reps and senators it's time to act."
8/27/20 - Rep. Dwight Evans (D-PA) said Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf's (D) call to legalize marijuana "is a step in the right direction and goes hand-in-hand with my #Cannabis bill on the federal level! The Homegrown Act would help small businesses and people of color." Also, Pennsylvania's second lady spoke about her use of medical cannabis.
8/26/20 - Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf (D) is calling on lawmakers to legalize marijuana to boost COVID-19 economic relief—and he’s floating state-run stores to sell cannabis. Some of the resulting revenue would be earmarked for historically disadvantaged businesses and restorative justice programs. “I think there was some appetite for it before and my hope is that with the pandemic and the hit that we’ve taken to revenues that there might be a little more interest in it right now.”
8/11/20 - Pennsylvania's lieutenant governor tweeted, "In 86 days, New Jersey will vote to fully legalize marijuana. In PA, we will send you to prison for 2.5 years with *any* number of plants, label you a felon for life, + fine you. I don’t know who needs to hear this, but *maybe* it’s time we figure out cannabis in PA."
8/10/20 - Pennsylvania's lieutenant governor tweeted, "It’s astonishing society is OK with lethal, highly addictive opioids, but a *mushroom* is illegal. Same, cannabis. Let’s all consider that- sit back with a bottle of Jack Daniels + fire up a Marlboro."
8/4/20 - Pennsylvania's lieutenant governor tweeted, "It has been 313 days since @GovernorTomWolf and I called on the legislature to immediately decriminalize marijuana and work on legislation to legalize. We need action now."
7/31/20 - Medial Marijuana in Pennsylvania MILESTONE: Pennsylvania regulators removed the requirement for medical cannabis patients to renew their registrations in order to maintain participation in the program. The state's lieutenant governor tweeted, "I fully, fully support, lobbied + endorse home grow for medical marijuana patients. Especially during the pandemic."
7/27/20 - Pennsylvania's lieutenant governor tweeted, "PA Legislature: OK legal weed would lower teen cannabis use, but a new mini-casino + taxpayer-subsidized petro jobs won’t, so let’s do those two. The case for marijuana prohibition grows more absurd-literally-by the day."
7/21/20 - Pennsylvania's lieutenant governor tweeted, "Legal marijuana is a jobs issue. Legal marijuana is a farmer's issue. Legal marijuana is a revenue issue. Legal marijuana is a freedom issue. Legal marijuana is a safety issue. Legal marijuana is a COVID-19 issue. Legal marijuana is a 🟥+🟦 issue."
7/10/20 - A majority of Pennsylvania Senate Democrats are calling on the state to legalize marijuana as a way to boost the economy amid coronavirus and to address racism in the criminal justice system. Also, Pennsylvania regulators published a notice about the need for hemp to be sampled and tested for THC content.
6/22/20 - Medical Marijuana in Pennsylvania MILESTONE: A Pennsylvania senator filed a bill to protect legal medical cannabis patients from being charged with driving under the influence unless they are actually impaired while behind the wheel. Also, Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf (D) has received the first round of recommended marijuana pardons. Separately, the lieutenant governor tweeted, "No one should have their life harmed by a marijuana conviction. Until there’s a legalization + mass expungement, PA’s expedited pardons process now takes 6 months."
4/24/20 - Pennsylvania's lieutenant governor tweeted, "In related news, marijuana overdose deaths however, have surged to zero and are expected to plateau at zero, which blew past previous record of zero."