Florida Supreme Court justices question state arguments on pot initiative

Peppering lawyers for the state and the Florida Chamber of Commerce with questions, some Florida Supreme Court justices appeared skeptical Wednesday of arguments that the court should reject a proposed constitutional amendment that would allow recreational use of marijuana by people 21 or older.

Appeals court backs ruling in pot case challenging 3rd-party online sites

An appeals court Wednesday upheld an administrative law judge’s decision that the Florida Department of Health needed to go through a rule-making process before it could block medical marijuana operators from using third-party online sites to process patient orders.

Recreational pot could be on 2024 ballot

The Smart & Safe Florida campaign, funded by Trulieve, says it has collected more than one million signatures to legalize the adult use of recreational marijuana in Florida. That's more than enough signatures to get on the 2024 ballot, assuming the ballot language is approved by the heavily conservative-leaning state supreme court.

Florida recreational pot backers urge court approval

Supporters of an effort to allow recreational use of marijuana by people age 21 or older urged the Florida Supreme Court on Wednesday to sign off on a proposed constitutional amendment for the 2024 ballot.