Medical marijuana ballot language approved for 2016 in Florida

 

Supporters of medical marijuana logged an important victory Thursday as the Florida Supreme Court approved the wording of a constitutional amendment legalizing the drug, according to The Miami Herald.

The court’s support means the question can appear on the ballot in 2016 — if supporters gather enough petition signatures.

More than 280,000 petition signatures are needed to hit the mark as Dec. 31 looms as a deadline for signatures.

 

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