The Pennsylvania Supreme Court last month ruled that a county’s probation agency could not prohibit individuals under its supervision from using medical marijuana consistent with the Commonwealth’s Medical Marijuana Act (MMA or the “Act”). The specific holding was limited, but the decision in Gass v. 52nd Judicial District, Lebanon County, No. J-42-2020 (Pa. June 18, 2020) could have broader implications, possibly suggesting that the status of marijuana under federal law should not and will not be a determining factor in any medical marijuana-related disputes.


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