While Florida’s Amendment 2, which would have legalized marijuana for medical purposes, failed to reach the 60 percent approval
Adelson, chairman of Las Vegas Sands Corp., opposed the measure even though his medical research organization, the Dr. Miriam
Political consultants say a public battle over the proposed constitutional amendment to allow medical marijuana, included
Florida, however, lags behind the likes of Colorado and Washington state, where both medical and recreational use has been
While casino mogul and GOP megadonor Sheldon Adelson has reportedly poured millions into the fight against legalizing medical
Any day now, Alabama -- which was ranked the most conservative state in the country by Gallup last year -- will become the first state in the South to legalize a type of medicine derived from marijuana.
"It is good to see more legislators are recognizing that marijuana has medical benefits, but unfortunately many of these
This year, three initiatives are moving forward in Florida that can help control the quality, quantity and delivery of a substance that can help thousands of suffering Floridians.
Still, Florida's ballot initiative must first be approved by the state Supreme Court -- before it can be voted on by the
A medical marijuana victory at the ballot box in Florida would certainly be a breakthrough in the South, a breakthrough in one of the most populous states in the country, and a breakthrough in a bellwether state in American politics.
"Even if he never walks or talks, at least I want him to be seizure-free so he can play with his toys," she said. "He can't
TALLAHASSEE, Jan 6 (Reuters) - Organizers of a Florida campaign for medical use of marijuana say they expect to submit enough
"But it does," interrupted Justice Charles Canady. "It certainly authorizes conditions under state law that would be a violation
The poll showed the most support ever for medical marijuana in Florida at a time when pot advocates are pushing a proposed
Bondi is required by law to ask Florida's Supreme Court to review proposed ballot initiatives, called the medical marijuana
"This isn't Cheech and Chong," United For Care's John Morgan, who has family members who need medical cannabis, said. "This