Recreational Marijuana On 2016 Florida Ballot? Petition Needs 683,000 Signatures

FLORIDA: Regulate Florida, a political committee that wants to amend the Florida constitution to legalize and regulate adult use of marijuana for recreational use, has been given the go-ahead by the Department of State, Division of Elections to work on getting its initiative placed on the 2016 elections ballot.

This means that Florida voters could potentially be voting to legalize medical marijuana and to legalize marijuana for a recreational use for adults.

If voters were to approve it, then it would become legal in the state for those aged 21 or older to purchase and possess up to an ounce of marijuana and grow up to six plants within their own home after being approved for licensing.

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