In April, Amendment 2 looked indestructible. Poll after poll gave it upward of 80 percent in voter approval.
When you're the eighth richest man on the planet, promoting casinos out of one side of your mouth and opposing drugs out of the other is neither irony nor hypocrisy -- it's eccentricity.
Was it only 12 months ago Florida was banning bongs? My, what a difference a year makes.
Do the voters of District 61 really know who Sean Shaw is and what his election to the Florida Legislature might mean to important insurance reforms?
John Morgan still insists his medical marijuana motives are strictly personal and born of compassion.
While the Florida Supreme Court voted 4-3 to place a medical marijuana constitutional amendment on the November ballot, the political impact of this decision and future treatment of marijuana in Florida are anything but clear.
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