Medical marijuana WILL be on Florida ballot unless Supreme Court nixes language


Advocates of medical marijuana met their goal — they collected enough signatures to see that the issue gets posed to voters on this November’s ballot.
Elections officials announced today they they verified 710,508 signatures that were submitted — enough to force a vote on a proposed constitutional amendment. If approved, growing, selling, and using pot for medicinal purposes will be a right enshrined in the state constitution. Broward-Palm Beach New Times has the details.