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Florida 2016 vote on Medical Marijuana still being fought
« on: October 18, 2018, 07:51:21 PM »
Two years after Floridians voted for Medical Marijuana Rick Scott and the GOP are still fighting to limit the voice of the people with unreasonable restrictions. I guess the once big corporate Medical CEO and shareholder wants to keep the money in those coffers. People can get real relief how about you focus on that Governor? Your pockets are already deep. The law that implements the vote is onerous.


With a 5 p.m. Friday deadline looming, Gov. Rick Scott has sought support from legislative leaders before appealing a Tallahassee judge’s order that critics say would create pandemonium in the state’s medical-marijuana industry if allowed to stand.

Responding to Scott’s request, House Speaker Richard Corcoran, incoming Speaker Jose Oliva and other Republican House leaders on Wednesday urged the Governor to seek “immediate review by a higher court” of an order by Leon County Circuit Judge Charles Dodson, who ruled this month that a 2017 medical marijuana law was unconstitutional.
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