Following up on my post from earlier this week, the Florida Senate Health committee unanimously passed SB 1134 which would strip out the requirement that black farmers who want to
Continue Reading Florida Senate Health Committee Passes Bill Addressing Unconstitutional Requirement in Medical Marijuana Law

Last week, Leon County, Florida Circuit Judge Charles Dodson granted a temporary injunction sought by Columbus Smith regarding a portion of the Florida law passed last year to implement Amendment
Continue Reading Florida Judge Issues Temporary Injunction Regarding Portion of Medical Marijuana Law

As I’ve posted before, here and here, Florida has struggled with its roll out of Amendment Two (medical marijuana) with delays in issuing licenses, processing patient i.d. cards, etc.
Continue Reading Six Months In And the Boom and Bust Has Already Hit Florida’s Medical Marijuana Industry

As I posted previously, the State of Florida missed the deadline to issue more licenses for medical marijuana treatment centers.

Florida has also encountered serious delays in processing requests for
Continue Reading State of Florida Continues to Encounter Delays in Rolling Out Medical Marijuana

Pursuant to the law passed earlier this year which implemented Amendment Two (medical marijuana), Florida was required to issue additional licenses for medical marijuana treatment centers (the entities that grow,
Continue Reading Florida Misses Deadline to Issue New Licenses for Medical Marijuana

A lawsuit was recently filed which challenges the constitutionality of part of the Florida law implementing Amendment Two (medical marijuana).  A key part of the law was expanding the number
Continue Reading Lawsuit Filed Over Florida Medical Marijuana Law – Carve Out License for Black Farmer Alleged to Be Unconstitutional