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  • Medical marijuana hearing was historic for Pennsylvania Legislature

    Medical marijuana hearing was historic for Pennsylvania Legislature
    The one person who should have been in Hearing Room 8E-A/B of the Pennsylvania Capitol, at 10:25 a.m. Tuesday, was not there.
  • Marijuana legalization economics come into focus with new Colorado law

    Marijuana legalization economics come into focus with new Colorado law
    The economics of marijuana legalization became vividly obvious this week with Colorado's emergence as the first state to allow the regulated sale of the drug for personal recreational use. As reported Thursday in The Morning Call, a new law, the...

    Medical marijuana legalization may be coming to Pennsylvania one way or another

    Medical marijuana legalization may be coming to Pennsylvania one way or another
    It became obvious this week that Pennsylvania inevitably will emerge from the Dark Ages when it comes to a ban on the use of medical marijuana to ease the suffering of people with epilepsy or other ailments. For some Pennsylvanians, perhaps, it will...

    Reps. Schlossberg, Sims trend with Twitter town hall meeting

     
    With help from his fellow legislators and state advocacy groups, State Rep. Mike Schlossberg and State Rep. Brian Sims' LGBT-themed Twitter town hall meeting Tuesday night eclipsed expectations, trending in Philadelphia, York and Harrisburg. More than 700...

    Monday Morning Coffee: The Budget Fall-Out Continues.

     
    Gov. Tom Corbett ... ... says he's taking a pass on the next Penn State trustees meeting in New York City because it's too expensive. Speaking to the Tribune-Review, the Republican also said he hopes university leaders will trim costs before they think...