A new form of “pot” has been discovered in South Florida and police are worried.
While public opinion continues to move towards the legalization of marijuana, Florida’s legislative leaders have come out against a push to allow the use of pot for medical reasons.
The Florida Supreme Court will hear arguments Dec. 5 about whether a proposed constitutional amendment to legalize medical marijuana should go before voters in 2014.
Marijuana advocates have enjoyed unprecedented success in the last year, and now for the first time ever, a large majority of Americans support legalizing recreational use of marijuana.
Nearly half a million Floridians could be getting a legitimate high if voters approve a constitutional amendment making medical marijuana legal.
Twenty-one states and the District of Columbia now have laws legalizing marijuana in some form and a prominent Florida attorney is working hard to legalize marijuana for medical use in the Sunshine State as well.
A Homestead woman had quite the surprise while walking her dog in Biscayne National Park Thursday morning.
The U.S. Coast Guard, working with a Royal Netherlands Navy vessel in May, seized approximately $3 million in marijuana during a drug patrol in the Caribbean Sea. Friday, those drugs arrived in South Florida.
More than 4,000 pounds of marijuana will not make it to the streets of South Florida after it was seized at Miami Seaport.
A half a million dollars worth of marijuana and one suspected smuggler were turned over to South Florida DEA agents on Saturday.