Medical Marijuana was approved in Florida by an amendment to the State’s Constitution in 2016. The product can be consumed every way except by smoking the plant itself. That wasn’t the intent of the law, but this is how it has been interpreted, until today, when the law was found to be unconstitutional.
Voters approved a constitutional amendment in 2016 allowing the use of medical marijuana. The only mention of smoking in the amendment’s language and in an intent document during the 2016 campaign was that the Legislature and local governments could restrict it in public places.
The next stop will be the state’s 1st District Court of Appeal in Tallahassee.
No reason it should not pass muster all the way to the Supreme Court if necessary. Gov. Scott should end his opposition to private use.
Link: Florida’s ban on smokable medical marijuana ruled unconstitutional
Clapper admits to spying on Trump campaign. It was illegal spying on Americans for political purposes.
Know how you can tell? They didn’t similarly “protect” Hillary’s campaign. And more important, they didn’t warn the Trump campaign about what they were doing. If trying to get the Russians was their game.
The DNC computers were said to have been hacked by Russians. Or was that an inside job? We’ll never know for sure because the FBI did not take the computers for forensic investigation. The FBI let the DNC, at the DNC’s request, have their computer checked by the tech company they have a relationship with. Isn’t that special? Bottom line, the government never proved that the Russians hacked the DNC’s computers. Or that they were even hacked. Now there’s no evidence to look at any more.
What’s the difference here? Was the DNC “hack” done by good Russians and the excuse for spying on the Trump campaign, on into his presidency, was looking for bad Russians? Hell no. It’s about taking out Trump, like it has always been.
What’s the same here? We are supposed to take the word of the FBI/DOJ, with no evidence of either.
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