Florida Gov. Rick Scott Signs Medical Marijuana Bill, Smoking Is Prohibited With This Legislation

By  //  June 23, 2017

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John Morgan is expected to file a law suit

Florida Gov. Rick Scott on Friday signed the medical marijuana bill, which implements Amendment 2 to expand medical marijuana use in the state.

TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA – Florida Gov. Rick Scott on Friday signed the medical marijuana bill, which implements Amendment 2 to expand medical marijuana use in the state. 

The bill expands the types of patients who can qualify for low-THC cannabis or full strength medical marijuana.

Smoking marijuana is prohibited with this legislation, and Orlando attorney John Morgan is expected to file a law suit suit because of the ban.

However, medical marijuana users will be allowed to vape, and use infusions and edibles.

The bill provides for 10 new medical marijuana treatment centers by October, in addition to the seven already operating in Florida.

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