‘Pot Trucks’ On Tap In Florida? Health regulators have proposed a revised rule which could allow Florida pot dispensers to truck their products to the patients. State May Have To Pay Sexually Abused Teen A girl who was sexually and physically abused after the state placed her in the home of a relative could receive $800,000 in compensation, under a bill filed this week by Sen. Jeremy Ring, D-Margate.
Florida Politicians Applaud Travel Sanctions On Venezuelan Officials Insurance Exchange: Hikes Likely Next Year Gov. Rick Scott Agrees To Appear In 3 Debates Crist Highlights Policies He’ll Approve If Elected Floridians All Fired Up For Legal Medical Marijuana Last Day To Register To Vote For August Primary Crist Meets With Scientist On Climate Change Appeals Court OKs ‘Docs VS. Glocks’ Law Miami Judge Overturns State’s Ban On Same-Sex Marriage Poll: Florida Voters Think President Obama Could Be Doing A Better Job
One Person Dies In Miami House Fire At least one person is dead after a fire broke out in a Miami home Wednesday evening. Investigators Serve Warrant To Test Driver’s Blood In Deadly I-95 Crash Investigators served a warrant to test the blood of a driver involved in a deadly wrong way crash on I-95 earlier this month.
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