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This photo shows the interior of the Cure Pennsylvania dispensary in Phoenixville, which is identical to the interior of the Lancaster dispensary. NEW YORK (AP) — MoviePass is trying to bring to movie theate The night before the parade was rough. I didn’t get a lot of Lancaster County’s only medical marijuana dispensary will open for business on Wednesday, March 7, it was announced Friday. The dispensary at 1866 Fruitville Pike, in the former Kmart plaza near Route 30, will be among the first in Pennsylvania to open. Owned and operated by a company named Cure Pennsylvania, the 3,000-square-foot facility cost more than $400,000 to develop. It will employ 10 people. Lancaster County’s only medical marijuana dispensary to open March 7

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