Now comes news that Tetra Health Company, a California based company which quickly opened several medical marijuana clinics in Florida, is now, just a
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 medical marijuana i.d. cards due to the fact that Florida’s Department of Health is requiring patients to send in a paper check to get their…
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, distribute and sell medical marijuana) to bring the number of licenses up to ten by October 3, 2017.
Florida has missed this deadline due to…
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 of growing licenses that would be awarded to farmers/operators in the lucrative medical marijuana business.
The law implementing Amendment Two called for an overall increase…
Florida continues to make forward progress on implementation of Amendment Two (medical marijuana) with additional licenses and dispensaries being approved or opened around the state.
Three new licenses are being added in Florida.
The following municipalities in Florida are moving forward with medical marijuana dispensaries:
- New Port Richey, located north
As a follow up to my post on the City of Boynton Beach having its regulations overturned by Florida state law, other Florida municipalities are debating medical marijuana dispensaries.
Those adopting or extending moratoriums on dispensaries:
- Marathon City, located in the Keys, has extended its moratorium for another 180 days.
- Winter Garden, located
Amendment 2 passed back in November 2016, but the Florida Legislature is moving slowly to implement the necessary regulations for medical marijuana to get to the marketplace. See my posts here and here regarding Florida’s two leading proposals.