Florida Supreme Court Cancels Arguments Against Initiative to Legalize Medical Cannabis

floridamedcanThe Florida Supreme Court has cancelled oral arguments against United for Care’s initiative to legalize the medical use of cannabis, in the wake of Attorney General Bondi’s lack of objection, according to Ben Pollara, Campaign Manager for the group.

“Should they formally approve the amendment language – that would mean the only thing standing in the way of medical marijuana’s return to the ballot is collecting enough validated signatures”, says Pollara. “We are literally halfway to our petition goal [of 1 million]”.

John Morgan, founder of United for Care, has agreed to match all contributions to the campaign 9 to 1, so if you’re a supporter of legalized medical cannabis in Florida, there’s never been a better time to give (you can donate by clicking here).

If placed on the ballot and passed into law, United for Care’s initiative would legalize the possession, use and state-licensed distribution of medical cannabis.


3 thoughts on “Florida Supreme Court Cancels Arguments Against Initiative to Legalize Medical Cannabis”

  1. Let’s hear what the government experts, the DEA said; In 1988, DEA Administrative Judge Francis Young wrote in his ruling;
    “Marijuana, in its natural form, is one of the safest therapeutically active substances known to man. By any measure of rational analysis marijuana can be safely used within a supervised routine of medical care.”


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