Less than three months after Florida voters narrowly rejected a plan to legalize medical marijuana, a Republican senator Monday filed a bill that would allow patients to get pot if they suffer from diseases such as cancer, AIDS, epilepsy or multiple sclerosis.
One car chase, two crashes and several boxes of marijuana seized by police sounds like something out of an action flick. But for some City of Miami police officers, it’s how they started off their new year.
Amid a new U.S. Justice Department policy allowing tribes to cultivate and grow marijuana, it is unclear what effect it will have in Florida.
After a yearlong investigation on a Miami street gang, police arrested 31 people, seized copious amounts of drugs and recovered several weapons.
One of the more intriguing items on this year’s ballot could come down to the way that senior citizens vote.
Entrepreneurs putting pressure for passage of medical marijuana in Florida say it could bring billions of dollars worth of economic growth.
A Broward Sheriff’s Office deputy was arrested Monday for not arresting a woman in exchange for sexual favors.
Miami-Dade police detectives busted more than a dozen alleged grow houses for Operation No Grow.
A Jacksonville law firm has created a firestorm in the already heated debate about whether Floridians should allow doctors to order medical marijuana for sick patients.
Groups battling over a proposed constitutional amendment that would legalize medical marijuana in the state spent nearly $1.9 million in mid-September on advertising-related costs.