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Floridians Say Yes to Medical Marijuana in Latest Poll

March 1, 2016 - 2:00pm

If medical marijuana were on the ballot today, Floridians would pass a constitutional amendment to legalize it, according to a new poll released Tuesday. 

The Public Policy Polling (PPP) survey found 65 percent of likely voters are in favor of a state constitutional amendment to expand medical marijuana while 28 percent are opposed to the idea.

Florida is expected to vote on a medical marijuana amendment in November and would need to receive 60 percent of the vote to be adopted.

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