House, Senate Agree On Solution To Juvenile-Detention DisputeHouse and Senate budget writers have agreed on a potential solution to a long-running dispute between the state and counties about who pays to lock up juvenile offenders.
State's Lawyers Argue Nursery Ineligible To Fight Pot Rule
Pot Rule Challenge Rolls AheadThe fight over the state's attempt to get a non-euphoric pot industry off the ground continued Thursday during a day-long hearing in a challenge filed by a Florida nurseryman who complains that health officials' proposed regulations are unfair and vague.
Questions Raised About Proposed Pot RuleA lawyer for the Legislature is questioning the Department of Health's proposed medical-marijuana rule, slated for a public vetting on Monday.
Panel Crafts Regulations For Pot IndustryA panel crafting regulations to jump-start the state's new medical-marijuana industry replaced a lottery system, scrapped by a judge in November, with a scorecard to pick five nurseries to grow, process and distribute types of pot authorized by the Legislature last year.