POT TV – High Relief rolls Florida’s move into medical cannabis.
egal in Florida, last year. Now, the same group that pushed for that amendment to the Florida Constitution has plans made for the 2016 elections.
Florida regulators said they expect to provide access to a limited strain of non-euphoric marijuana for medical purposes by the end of the year after a Tallahassee judge on Wednesday dismissed the final challenge to the long-awaited rule.
Just as 13-year-old Branden Petro flops into the passenger seat of his mom's car, his eyes roll back. His face twitches uncontrollably. He curls into a fetal position.
A 26-year-old Deltona man was shot in the face and killed in a SWAT raid over small-time pot sales. Police said he was a threat; his friends dispute that.
Seriously sick Floridians and those who can’t find adequate prescription drugs would be allowed access to medical-grade marijuana under a major cannabis bill filed Monday by a top Florida Republican state senator.
The medical marijuana fight is back on.
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The federal courts once again have to explain the US Constitution to Florida Gov. Rick Scott.
The group that put medical marijuana on the Florida ballot this year — and fell just short of passing it — intends to launch a new constitutional amendment campaign shortly.