Court says that people on probation can use medical cannabis
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled unanimously that Lebanon County's policy banning the use of medical marijuana by people who are on probation and who are registered medical marijuana patients violates the law.
The American Civil Liberties Union of Pennsylvania (ACLU-PA) is available to help if your group runs into obstacles, including registration or permitting requirements, background checks, waiting periods, and unreasonable curfews on when you can solicit, etc.
In August 2018, the Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission (PHRC) - the state agency that enforces the commonwealth's nondiscrimination law - announced that it accepts complaints of discrimination based on sexual orientatio
On May 31, 2016, the Pennsylvania Department of Health issued guidance to hospitals advising them that, for pregnant same-sex female couples who are married at the time of birth, the hospital should list both spouses as their child’s parents on their child’s birth certificate.