Florida voters today will decide whether or not to legalize limited amounts of marijuana for medical use. While the measure initially polled well, it's approval has fallen in recent weeks and supporters say they need every last vote they can muster -- notably that of the state's large senior population.
|Robert Platshorn, legendary smuggler and marijuana legalization proponent.|
With such a possible historical swing in the offing, we decided to touch base with one of Florida's biggest proponents of marijuana reform, a guy who's truly given his life to the cause: Robert Platshorn. But even Bobby Tuna himself is iffy on the amendment's chances.
"At this point, I think it's 51 percent we will, and 49 percent we won't pass amendment two," Platshorn told New Times Monday afternoon. "I'm concerned because of the way the polls have yo-yoed up and down. And the fact that the no campaign was able to run what was virtually a Reefer Madness campaign."