Florida Supreme Court approves medical marijuana ballot measure


Despite opposition from Attorney General Pam Bondi, the Supreme Court of Florida officially ruled today that a ballot question that could approve use of medical marijuana is perfectly valid. This means that the question will now all but certainly come before voters in November.
Bondi had challenged the proposed amendment on the grounds that it was worded vaguely and pertained to more than one issue. Amendments put before voters can only address a single subject. No word on how big of a brick Bondi has shat, but Miami New Times has the full details.