How Did Your Rep Vote On Medical Marijuana?

On Wednesday, March 16th, the Pennsylvania House of Representatives voted to approve a bill to legalize Medical Marijuana, 143 – 43. Originally cosponsored by State Sen. Daylin Leach (D-Montgomery/Delaware) and State Sen. Mike Folmer (R-Lebanon) and approved last year by the State Senate, Pennsylvania will become the 23rd state in the United State to approve Medical Marijuana as Governor Wolf has already stated that he will sign the bill into law.

Courtesy of the Lower Gwynedd-Ambler-Whitpain Patch, see how your Rep Voted:

The following representatives voted “yea.”


Madeleine Dean (D), Abington, Upper Dublin
Mary Jo Daley (D), Ambler, Lower Merion
Tim Briggs (D), Bridgeport, Lower Merion
Thomas P. Murt (R), Hatboro, Horsham, Bryn Athyn, Lower Moreland
Stephen McCarter (D), Cheltenham
Mike Vereb (R), Collegeville
Marcy Toepel (R), Douglass, Green Lane
Matthew D. Bradford (D), East Norriton, Norristown, Plymouth
Thomas J. Quigley (R), Limerick
Kate Harper (R), Lower Gwynedd, North Wales
Greg Vitali (D), Lower Merion
Pamela A. DeLissio (D), Lower Merion
Tim Hennessey (R), Pottstown
Stephen McCarter (D), Springfield, Cheltenham, Jenkintown
Warren Kampf (R), Upper Providence


The following voted “nay.”


Justin J. Simmons (R) of the 131st district, including East Greenville, Pennsburg, and Upper Hanover
Robert W. Godshall (R) of the 53rd district, including Lansdale, Hatfield, and Franconia


The following did not vote:


Kevin J. Boyle (D)