Two Pennsylvania lawmakers want to make sure small farmers and agricultural ventures get in on the growing medical cannabis business. A new proposed measure would establish a permit that would allow small farmers and other agricultural businesses to grow and sell medical cannabis on a limited basis. It’s sponsored by Representatives Melissa Shusterman and Ismail Smith-Wade-El. The legislators say farmers and smaller companies are restricted from sharing in the nearly two-billion-dollars generated by the industry to date. The lawmakers say because of the restrictions, state residents have been denied more affordable options for using medical marijuana.