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TALLAHASSEE (CBSMiami/AP) – The supporters of a broader medical marijuana law in the state of Florida are promising to return to the ballot next year after apparently failing in the Legislature.

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After the House adjourned its annual session Tuesday, three days early, United for Care has vowed that “voters will pass what the Legislature failed to.”

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The state House ended the session over a budget impasse with the Senate. It had failed to act on marijuana legislation.

A narrow law to allow low-potency strains of the drug was passed last year. A broader effort was proposed after a constitutional amendment failed to get 60 percent support on last November’s ballot.

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