No. Chapter 114a21 of the Pennsylvania Code does not permit smoking medical cannabis. However, it allows eligible patients to administer dry marijuana leaves, and other appropriate plant parts, by vaporization or nebulization. All forms of recreational marijuana, including smokable ones, are currently prohibited in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
No. It is illegal to smoke weed in Pennsylvania. This prohibition includes smoking cannabis in public.
No. You cannot smoke weed in Pennsylvania, whether in a parked or moving vehicle.
Smoking weed, even medical marijuana, is illegal in Pennsylvania. However, vaping weed is permitted according to the state’s medical cannabis law. There is no age restriction to vaping medical cannabis in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
You cannot legally smoke weed anywhere in Pennsylvania. By state law, smoking marijuana, even in private residences, is prohibited. It is definitely illegal to smoke weed in public spaces, offices, college campuses, and federal buildings located in the state. Pennsylvania has no provision for licensed private weed smoking lounges or events.