The Florida Bar Gives Lawyers Starting Medical Marijuana Consulting Business Green Light

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The Florida Bar Board of Governors, responding to a growing number of lawyers starting medical marijuana consulting businesses, has set a policy stating it will not prosecute such lawyers.

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  • Florida Marijuana

    It‘s a good thing they won‘t be punishing Florida Medical Marijuana Attorneys for advising their clients.

  • paul wallace

    What is a "medical marijuana consulting business?" Is it law practice, and if so , why does it need special permission from the FlBar? If not and it is not illegal, how does the FLBar have standing?

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