A judge’s decision may mean patients could have access to non-euphoric pot products by the end of the year.
Citing frustration with delays in getting non-euphoric cannabis to patients, a Florida Senate panel Thursday pushed forward a revised attempt to create a regulatory framework for the pot industry but did not include changes sought by black farmers who complain they would be shut out of the industry.
A Senate committee is expected to take up the medical marijuana industry next week.
Administrative Law Judge Elizabeth McArthur has scheduled an April 14 hearing in a legal challenge to a proposed regulatory framework for the state’s new medical-marijuana industry, according to a document posted on the state Division of Administrative Hearings website.
Some students at a central Florida high school got sick after they ate brownies laced with hash oil, according to authorities.
Florida’s Department of Health is set to hold another hearing to clarify a proposed medical marijuana rule that has caused some confusion.
Tallahassee lobbyists and lawyers from large and smalls firms have their eyes on Florida’s newest regulated industry.
Florida lawmakers are looking to keep low- THC medical marijuana home-grown but out-of-state business owners are already eyeing the market.
Gov. Rick Scott is expected to sign a bill that would legalize the use of low-THC marijuana to treat epilepsy and cancer patients.
Gov. Rick Scott said he will sign a medical marijuana bill poised to pass the Florida Senate, after the measure received overwhelming support Thursday from the House as children whose lives hang in the balance looked on.