United For Care Giving Extra Effort To Legalize Pot In Florida

622x247xlegal-weed-in-chile-1415907699-1024x408.jpg.pagespeed.ic.gXNCMI95BOAs with the 2014 amendment, the new language calls for doctors to certify that a patient suffers from a debilitating condition and could benefit from using pot. The state would issue ID cards for patients and caregivers. Licensed treatment centers would grow and sell the marijuana. No one could grow their own. But it adds new language to address objections that the amendment might, for instance, allow teens and people with minor illnesses to get medical marijuana.

After United for Care gathers 68,314 valid signatures from registered voters, the Florida Supreme Court will review the ballot language to verify that it meets legal standards. If the court does approves the amendment, United for Care needs 683,140 petition signatures by Feb. 1, 2016, to get it on that year’s general election ballot in November.

To read more, visit http://www.tampabay.com/news/politics/elections/united-for-care-starts-new-effort-to-legalize-medical-marijuana-in-florida/2212951

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