PITTSBURGH, PA / ACCESSWIRE / February 21, 2017 / Pennsylvania State Senators Daylin Leach and Senator Mike Folmer will lead a Pennsylvania cannabis policy update at the inaugural World Medical Marijuana Business Conference & Expo (WMMBCExpo), April 21 – 22, 2017, at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center, 1000 Fort Duquesne Boulevard, in Pittsburgh.

As active supporters of Pennsylvania’s medical marijuana program, Sens. Leach and Folmer will headline a state-focused policy discussion on Friday, April 21, at 3 p.m.

Hosted by Compassionate Certification CentersTM (CCC) and Greenhouse Ventures LLC, the educational expo is the first large-scale, physician-led medical marijuana conference that aims to establish a more inclusive and progressive healthcare dialogue.

The event will feature innovative workshops, networking opportunities, and seminars with industry leaders, entrepreneurs, healthcare professionals, and policymakers.

For tickets or information, call 1-888-316-9085 or visit compassionatecertificationcenters.com.

A historic event, the World Medical Marijuana Business Conference & Expo will take place one month after the application window is set to close for applicants pursuing a dispensary or cultivation license in Pennsylvania’s competitive market.

Leach and Folmer collaborated in a bipartisan effort to legalize the use of medical cannabis in Pennsylvania. In April 2016, Senate Bill 3, the Compassionate Use of Medical Cannabis Act, was signed by Governor Wolf, allowing patients and families with serious medical conditions to access medical marijuana with a physician’s certification.

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“The medical marijuana industry has grown quickly across the country, but it still has huge potential. The 2017 World Medical Marijuana Business Conference & Expo is a great chance for patients, physicians, researchers, and investors to assess our progress thus far and chart a course for the future,” stated Leach.

An advocate for numerous causes, Leach (D-17) has dedicated his career to supporting environmental, educational, animal rights, and human rights campaigns.

Alongside Leach, Folmer (R-48) partnered to sponsor Senate

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