US Attorney Won’t Pursue Medical Marijuana Cases In FloridaFlorida’s medical marijuana laws should be enough to shield the growing industry from prosecution across northern Florida.
Split Appeals Court In Florida Refuses To Revisit Major Marijuana CaseA split appeals court on Tuesday refused to grant the state’s request to revisit a decision that could revolutionize the way medical marijuana operators do business in Florida.
Court Rules Against Florida Officials On Medical MarijuanaA Florida appellate court ruled that the state's approach to regulating marijuana is unconstitutional.
Smokeable Marijuana Hits The Market In FloridaA North Florida man who’s struggled with fibromyalgia for years became the state’s first patient to legally buy whole-flower cannabis for smoking Thursday.
Medical Marijuana Growing Case Gets HearingThe 1st District Court of Appeal is scheduled to hold arguments Feb. 12 in a dispute about whether a Tampa businessman should be able to grow medical marijuana as part of his treatment for cancer.
High-Stakes Marijuana Ruling Placed On Hold In FloridaIn a closely watched case, an appeals court this week agreed to put on hold a circuit judge’s ruling that said Florida lawmakers and the state Department of Health have violated a 2016 constitutional amendment that broadly legalized medical marijuana.
In A Twist, Fight For Medical Pot Goes To Florida StatehouseThe topic of medical marijuana continues to be a major talking point in the state of Florida.
Casino Mogul And Trial Lawyer Pay For Pot BattleThe effort to legalize medical marijuana in the state of Florida is costing big bucks for a couple of its supporters.
Sides Take Aim In Medical Marijuana Showdown
Debate Brews Over Whether Medical Pot Already Legal A Jacksonville law firm has created a firestorm in the already heated debate about whether Floridians should allow doctors to order medical marijuana for sick patients.
Florida Senators File 'Charlotte's Web' Marijuana BillWading into the debate about medical marijuana, three Republican senators Wednesday filed a bill that would legalize a marijuana extract that supporters say can help children with a form of epilepsy.