Reefer Madness? Florida High Court Lets Voters Decide

, Daily Business Review


The Florida Supreme Court accepts the wording of a proposed constitutional amendment legalizing medical marijuana over strong objections from Attorney General Pamela Bondi.

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    ill people with glaucoma and terminal cancer perhaps can get some relief from a known beneficial organic substance that can be grown at home.

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    Great ,, we need more unproductive peeps insouth Fl !

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