cannabis law

What You Need to Know about Cannabis Law and Real Estate

You could easily say that this past November's elections were an important turning point for the state of cannabis law in the country. With victories in several states, including here in Florida, more Americans now have access to treatment or relief ...
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Medical Marijuana PASSES IN FLORIDA

Medical Cannabis Can Ease the Suffering of Many Florida Patients Amendment 2 passed in a landslide and expands the conditions legally permitted to access and use medical marijuana in Florida; Crohn's disease, Parkinson's disease, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), HIV, AIDS, cancer, ...
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Cannabis Professional Advancement Series Conference: April 27-29, 2016, Miami, FL

  “There is no logical basis for the prohibition of marijuana.” Economist Milton Friedman, Costs of Marijuana Prohibition June 2, 2005   I recently attended the Cannabis Professional Advancement Series in Miami, FL, where I discussed why I believe that ...
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Why Is Medical Marijuana Illegal in 26 States?

Although marijuana laws are changing in most of the world, some countries still consider this medicinal plant evil. For example, in Singapore, anyone caught with 17 ounces of marijuana or more will be treated as a drug trafficker, and drug ...
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Floridians for Freedom Proposes Constitutional Amendment for Recreational Marijuana Use

In early July, the Miami-Dade County Commissioners voted to decriminalize the possession of marijuana up to 20 grams (a half an ounce of marijuana is 14 grams, so it is much more dangerous to have 3/4 of an ounce or ...
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Century Village Files Frivolous Lawsuit Against Elderly, Disabled Man Over Service Dog

Century Village recently tried to eradicate service dogs for the disabled by suing elderly and disabled individuals and hoping they could not afford to retain counsel to defend themselves. One in particular has major depressive disorder, osteoarthritis, high blood pressure, ...
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Recent Developments Regarding the Legalization of Medical Marijuana

The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) lists marijuana in the most restrictive of five classes that the agency uses to regulate dangerous drugs. Schedule I substances have the greatest potential for abuse and supposedly have no medical value. Heroin, ecstasy, ...
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Washington D.C. and Alaska: The Only States with an Absurd “Home Use Home Grown” Only Policy for Recreational Marijuana Users

"You would theoretically have to consume 1,500 pounds of marijuana in 15 minutes to overdose, and this is impossible." Two House bills were recently filed that could end the federal prohibition of marijuana, including one which would remove marijuana from ...
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Frequently Asked Questions Regarding Florida’s Personal Injury Laws

What should I do if I am hurt in a car accident? The most important thing to do after a car accident is to seek treatment immediately in order to avoid the "gap in treatment" defense that the insurance company ...
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