Florida Supreme Court Expected To Rule On Marijuana Today

Amendment Three seeks to legalize marijuana in the state

The Florida Supreme Court is expected to issue rulings on Monday about whether proposed constitutional amendments that seek to ensure abortion rights and allow recreational marijuana will go on the November ballot.

Justices heard arguments on both of the amendments, after Attorney General Ashley Moody challenged them and argued neither issue was worded clearly.

Amendment Three, which garnered more than enough signatures to appear on the ballot, seeks to legalize marijuana.

The ballot summary reads: “Allows adults 21 years or older to possess, purchase, or use marijuana products and marijuana accessories for non-medical personal consumption by smoking, ingestion, or otherwise; allows Medical Marijuana Treatment Centers, and other state licensed entities, to acquire, cultivate, process, manufacture, sell, and distribute such products and accessories. Applies to Florida law; does not change, or immunize violations of, federal law. Establishes possession limits for personal use. Allows consistent legislation. Defines terms.”

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