Florida Cannabis Consultants
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.
-News from NORML of Florida Hi All- Here is a link to the Medical Marijuana petition. If you have not signed a petition since the election of November 2014, you need to sign this new one. Please print as many as you can, have them filled in by friends, family, co-workers, etc, and remember to […]
U.S. Senators Rand Paul (R-KY), Corey Booker (D-NJ), and Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) have announced that they intend to introduce a bill which would legalize the medical use of cannabis at the Federal level. The bill will allow states which have enacted their own medical marijuana laws to operate without the prospect of Federal intervention hanging […]
Much has been written here and elsewhere about the conflict between Federal and State marijuana laws. While recent history has seen the two sides reaching something close to peaceful coexistence on the issue, a new lawsuit may threaten that delicate balance. A group of Sheriff’s from within the state of Colorado and neighboring states have […]
Last year, when the Florida Legislature passed a law allowing patients to receive “low-THC/high-CBD” strains of cannabis, there was some hope that the State’s prohibition against medical marijuana was starting to crack. After Gov. Rick Scott signed that measure into law, the Department of Health was charged with establishing guidelines for the dispensing of high-CBD […]
This past November, Floridians were a scant 1.5% short in the vote to legalize medical marijuana. But don’t let that fool you into thinking that the sunshine state is weed friendly. Au contraire, mon frere. A recent multi-state study has shown that Floridians are cited for marijuana possession at a higher rate than residents of […]