MIAMI (CBSMiami) – It appears you won’t get to vote on recreational marijuana in Florida until at least 2022.

“Make It Legal Florida,” the group leading the way to get a constitutional amendment in November, made the announcement Monday.

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Nick Hansen, the chairman of Mike It Legal Florida, released the following statement:

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“With the support of over 67 percent of Florida voters, Make it Legal Florida is proud to have gathered more than 700,000 signed petitions in the effort to bring adult-use cannabis to the Sunshine State.

“The narrow timeframe to submit and verify those signatures has prompted our committee to shift focus to now gain ballot access in 2022.

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“We’re looking forward to Supreme Court review of our efforts and working in collaboration with state leaders to ensure the supermajority of Floridians’ voices are heard.”