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Even though the majority of Floridians voted in 2014 to allow patients access to marijuana medicinally by a vote of 58% to 42%, Amendment 2 required 60% support to pass. Nevertheless, it was the third highest medical use vote ever recorded in America. Together we can change the law -- here is the new Medical Marijuana petition. Get involved and make a difference.

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Medical Marijuana is Officially on the 2016 Ballot in Florida!!

GREAT NEWS!!!! Earlier today, United for Care announced that over 683,149 signatures had been collected allowing the medical marijuana initiative to be placed November, 2016 election ballot in Florida. The initiative will be labeled as “Amendment 2″ and will allow voters a second chance to approve the medical use of cannabis after a similar measure […]

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Broward County Moves Forward With Decriminalization

Last November, the Broward County Commission passed a measure that would give police officers the discretion to treat possession of small amounts of cannabis as a civil infraction rather than a criminal offense.  This measure would allow for the payment of a small civil  fine in lieu of criminal prosecution and could save offenders from […]

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Feds Back Off On Medical Marijuana – Major Step For Patients and Dispensaries

Ever since California’s Prop 215 first allowed legal access to medical marijuana, there has been a lingering friction between State’s that chose to legalize medical cannabis and the Federal Government who insisted that it was still illegal nationwide.  This legal conflict served as a source of tension in the lives of patients and marijuana professionals […]

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New Legal Challenges Threaten to Delay CBD Dispensaries in Florida

When five nurseries were finally selected to receive the first licenses to legally grow and dispense cannabis in the State of Florida, it looked like we were finally closer to seeing relief for some patients.  However, the licensing process, which has been plagued with delays from its inception, appears to have hit another roadblock.  It […]

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Palm Beach County Reduces Penalties for Pot … But Don’t Light Up Yet

The Palm Beach County Commission voted 4-1 to approve a measure which would decriminalize the possession of small amounts of cannabis.  In doing so, it joins Broward and Miami-Dade counties, which passed similar measures in the past months. The measure allows for police to issue a civil citation with a $100 fine for the possession […]

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