State Fights Ruling On Medical Marijuana LawFlorida Department of Health attorneys have asked an appeals court to overturn a circuit judge’s ruling that they say “injected confusion and uncertainty” into the licensing of marijuana firms.
State Challenged Again On Marijuana LicensesA Winter Springs company has filed the latest in a series of legal challenges arguing that the state is violating a 2016 constitutional amendment that broadly legalized medical marijuana.
Gov. Scott Appeals Major Medical Marijuana RulingLess than three hours before a 5 p.m. deadline, Gov. Rick Scott’s administration Friday filed a notice to appeal a Tallahassee judge’s order that struck down a 2017 medical marijuana law as unconstitutional.
Babysitters Accused Of Encouraging Young Children To Smoke PotTwo babysitters in North Carolina are accused of encouraging three children to smoke marijuana.
State Moves Forward On Marijuana LicensesState health officials will hold a workshop Aug. 17 to take input on the application process for new medical marijuana licenses.
Florida Seeks To Uphold Ban On Smoking Medical MarijuanaFlorida Attorney General Pam Bondi’s office filed a 57-page brief arguing that an appeals court should uphold a decision by the Legislature to ban smoking medical marijuana.
Lawyer: Gov. Scott Should End Medical Marijuana Appeal Or 'Suffer Consequences'Gov. Rick Scott’s fight to keep patients from smoking pot could spark a “political wildfire” that will cost the Republican votes in his battle to unseat U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson, according to the man largely responsible for making medical marijuana legal in Florida.
More Pregnant Women Are Using Pot, Study FindsMore pregnant women seem to be using pot. Here's why.
Study: Smokers Are 7 Times More Likely To Use Marijuana DailySmoking cigarettes and daily use of cannabis are strongly linked in the United States, research says.
Another Pot Hearing Kicks OffA Central Florida nursery is trying to persuade a judge that they deserves a highly sought-after license to sell medical marijuana products.
DEA Won't Loosen Limits On Marijuana, Opens Door For ResearchThe Obama administration will not reclassify marijuana and take it off the list of the most dangerous drugs.