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THE VOICE OF CANNABIS IN PENNSYLVANIA

ABOUT THE

The Pennsylvania Cannabis Coalition (PCC) is a trade organization comprised of all sectors of the Pennsylvania cannabis with a focus on the Commonwealth’s current medical marijuana permit holders. Our purpose is to protect and preserve Pennsylvania's emerging medical marijuana market while also advocating for a well-regulated adult use market in the Commonwealth. We help devise policy that promotes the sensible regulation, cultivation, distribution, and use of cannabis for medical purposes. We advocate for a robust yet economically practical regulatory framework. We continue to educate elected officials, regulators, and the general public about of the need and benefits of cannabis-derived therapies.Our team includes both industry and public affairs specialists with rich, domain-specific experience at the local, state, and federal levels.

 

Lobbying & Advocacy

PCC utilizes professional lobbyists and advocates that work with state and local officials to ensure that as cannabis laws evolve, they have a positive impact on jobs, taxes, patient access, and the overall cannabis industry. Through direct interaction with legislative leaders, their staff, members of the administration and regulatory agencies, PCC promotes and advocates on behalf of its members.  Through testimony in front of key committees and one-on-one meetings, our leadership and staff have earned a reputation of trust and credibility in Harrisburg that is second to none.

 

Expert Analysis & Alerts

PCC tracks and analyzes legislation and regulatory actions that impact the cannabis sector.  PCC members receive regular updates and alerts to ensure a strategic and proactive approach regarding the issues affecting them.

 

Member Driven Approach

Direct involvement of members in developing messaging and strategy is the key to our success. PCC encourages member involvement through internal committees and direct meetings with stakeholders. Hearing directly from our members has a significant impact on the decisions made in Harrisburg.