Florida Medical Marijuana Proposal To Be Reviewed By Supreme Court

United For Care announced they had obtained over 100,000 signatures in one month, which is more than enough to initiate the first step in getting the initiative on the 2014 ballot: a Supreme Court review of the proposal language.

FLORIDA: Thursday, organizers celebrated a big win for decriminalizing medical marijuana in Florida. United For Care announced they had obtained over 100,000 signatures in one month, which is more than enough to initiate the first step in getting the initiative on the 2014 ballot: a Supreme Court review of the proposal language.

What the New Marijuana Dispensary Law Means for Oregon

Previously, patients have been required to grow the plants themselves or designate an individual to grow on their behalf.
Now, facilities will be allowed to serve the needs of medical marijuana license holders.

OREGON:  Previously, patients have been required to grow the plants themselves or designate an individual to grow on their behalf. Now, facilities will be allowed to serve the needs of medical marijuana license holders.  

Delaware Governor Renews Medical Marijuana Effort

Governor Jack Markell writes, "“The sensible and humane aim of state policy in Delaware remains to ensure that medical marijuana is accessible via a safe, well-regulated channel of distribution to patients with demonstrated medical need."

DELAWARE: Gov. Jack Markell said Thursday that he is moving forward with a medical marijuana program in Delaware after halting plans last year over fears that state officials could be subject to federal prosecution. Markell signed a medical marijuana bill in 2011 but halted implementation after federal officials indicated that people involved in cultivating and distributing marijuana could Read the full article…

6-Year-Old Girl in National Spotlight Over Medical Marijuana

The strain of cannabis used to treat Charlotte Figi is called, "Charlotte's Web." It’s now being used to treat dozens of other kids suffering from epilepsy, too.

COLORADO: She’s six years old, and she uses marijuana every day. Charlotte Figi suffers from a rare form of epilepsy called Dravet Syndrome. She’s endured violent seizures since she was a newborn. Most weeks, she’d have about 300 seizures a week.

Florida Gaining Support to Legalize Medical Marijuana

Florida and Marijuana Leaf in Sand Surf

FLORIDA:  The push to legalize medical marijuana in Florida is gaining support. That’s why city leaders are taking a proactive approach and discussing how it may affect the future of Cocoa Beach. Right now, the use of medical marijuana is legal in 20 states and the District of Columbia. If a constitutional amendment gets passed Read the full article…

Florida Gaining Support to Legalize Medical Marijuana

Florida and Marijuana Leaf in Sand Surf

FLORIDA:  The push to legalize medical marijuana in Florida is gaining support. That’s why city leaders are taking a proactive approach and discussing how it may affect the future of Cocoa Beach. Right now, the use of medical marijuana is legal in 20 states and the District of Columbia. If a constitutional amendment gets passed Read the full article…

Ohio Attorney General Rejects Proposed Amendment to Legalize Marijuana

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine turned down petitioners for the End Ohio Cannabis Prohibition Act of 2012, citing four reasons that the submitted summary was not “fair and truthful” as required by state law.

OHIO: A proposed constitutional amendment to legalize marijuana in Ohio was rejected yesterday by Attorney General Mike DeWine.