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Revised rules on medical marijuana research prompt new lawsuit

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A coalition of firms involved in growing, processing and distributing medical marijuana in the state have sued the Pennsylvania Department of Health, claiming the agency acted unlawfully through its methods of authorizing registrants for medical marijuana research.

The group of about 10 petitioners, known as Medical Marijuana Advocates for Research, consists of holders of medical marijuana permits and industry stakeholders. The group filed a petition for review with the Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania on Nov. 27.

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