Judge Rules Floridas Ban on Smoking Medical Cannabis is Unconstitutional
A Circuit Court judge in Florida has ruled that the states ban on smoking medical cannabis enacted by the legislature is unconstitutional.
In 2016 Florida voters overwhelmingly passed an initiative that legalized medical cannabis through a constitutional amendment. The law allowed marijuana to be consumed through various methods, including smoking it. However, the following year the legislature enacted a ban on smoking medical cannabis, requiring patients to consume it through other means such as tincutres and topicals.
People United for Medical Marijuana and two patients challenged this ban in court, arguing that the amendments language only mentions smoking in public, meaning that patients should be allowed....
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