Backers of the effort to legalize medical marijuana in Pennsylvania are trying to build momentum during the legislature’s spring recess. Governor Tom Wolf hosted a round table on the issue less than a week after the measure cleared the state Senate.
Some representatives think the proposal has enough support to pass in the House, if it doesn't stall in committee.
“What I want them to focus on his why we got elected. And that’s to be leaders of people, and provide the relief families need," said Ed Gainey, D-Allegheny County.