“Stop thinking about rolling joints. You’ve got to start thinking about vaping, extracts and oils,” said Craig Amos, a state-certified drug recognition expert.

Three years after Pennsylvania legalized medical marijuana, local and state police have no way to verify whether a drug user is truly licensed by the state to carry and consume cannabis.

Law enforcement is denied access to a Pennsylvania Department of Health database of patients and caregivers certified for medical marijuana, said Craig Amos, a state-certified drug recognition expert with the Pennsylvania DUI Association.

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