Florida’s medical marijuana initiative is back, says John Morgan, the wealthy Orlando trial lawyer who sunk about $4 million of his own money into last year’s effort. The proposed amendment, submitted Thursday to the Florida Secretary of State’s office, closely resembles the 2014 initiative that narrowly failed at the ballot box — however it was rewritten throughout in an attempt to quiet critics who said it had too many loopholes.
Florida’s medical marijuana initiative is back, says John Morgan, the wealthy Orlando trial lawyer who sunk about $4 million of his own money into last year’s effort. The proposed amendment, submitted Thursday to the Florida Secretary of State’s office, closely resembles the 2014 initiative that narrowly failed at the ballot box — however it was rewritten throughout in an attempt to quiet critics who said it had too many loopholes. WILL VRAGOVIC Tampa Bay Times
Florida’s medical marijuana initiative is back, says John Morgan, the wealthy Orlando trial lawyer who sunk about $4 million of his own money into last year’s effort. The proposed amendment, submitted Thursday to the Florida Secretary of State’s office, closely resembles the 2014 initiative that narrowly failed at the ballot box — however it was rewritten throughout in an attempt to quiet critics who said it had too many loopholes. WILL VRAGOVIC Tampa Bay Times

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