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In the Name of Love

In the Name of Love

Women-Owned Medical Marijuana Organization taking Holistic Approach

Top Pennsylvania Official Who Champions Marijuana Legalization Weighs 2022 Senate Run

Top Pennsylvania Official Who Champions Marijuana Legalization Weighs 2022 Senate Run

"The firebrand lieutenant governor of Pennsylvania—a longtime advocate for marijuana legalization—announced on Friday that he is formally exploring a run for the U.S. Senate in 2022..."

Some old newspaper boxes in Montco now hold marijuana pardon applications

Some old newspaper boxes in Montco now hold marijuana pardon applications

"In some places across the country, newspaper boxes have been repurposed as stands for record players and as art installations. They’ve been used to hold things like free books — and now, in Montgomery County, to distribute applications for pardons of marijuana convictions..."

Pennsylvania Nonprofit Focusing on Cannabis Conviction Pardons

Pennsylvania Nonprofit Focusing on Cannabis Conviction Pardons

"Two organizations are trying to make cannabis pardon applications more easily accessible. .."

Cannabis 'Pardon Bins' Helping Montco Residents Get Fresh Start

Cannabis 'Pardon Bins' Helping Montco Residents Get Fresh Start

"Hundreds of area residents have filed pardon applications for cannabis-related charges since the project launched in the spring..."

TerraVida and the Urban League of Philadelphia Support Prisoner Re-Entry

TerraVida and the Urban League of Philadelphia Support Prisoner Re-Entry

"TerraVida Victims of the War on Drugs announced a partnership with the Urban League of Philadelphia and its Out4Good program The new initiative will assist people who have been in prison reintegrate back into the community..."

Unlikely Bedfellows

Unlikely Bedfellows

“Chris Visco holds a unique, albeit unofficial, badge of honor in our Commonwealth: In 2017, she was the first woman in Pennsylvania to get her medical marijuana license. After securing that distinction, the retailer-turned-entrepreneur launched a series of dispensaries called TerraVida Holistic Centers. But even though the businesses’ three outposts in Abington, Sellersville and Malvern were immediately successful, Visco had a hard time finding employees to staff them…”

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