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.READ MORE: Officials Worry Large Crowds Will Leave Mess Behind After Memorial Day Weekend
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.”READ MORE: Death Of Child Pulled From Homestead Pond Under Investigation
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.MORE NEWS: Florida Law Enforcement Officials Reassure Parents On Potential School Shooter Threat
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