Miami Beach officially dropped the ban proposal on March 13 after the public sutnick hour and having received many emails opposing.
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This WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13th, the Miami Beach City Commission is considering a BAN on medical marijuana dispensaries within the city limits. MIAMI BEACH ELECTED OFFICIALS NEED TO HEAR YOUR VOICE! Call or email Miami Beach Mayor Dan Gelber and let him know you oppose the Miami Beach plan to restrict patient access. 80% of Miami Beach voters supported Amendment 2 in 2016, this is NOT what the residents of the City want. Email Mayor Dan Gelber: DanGelber@miamibeachfl.gov Commissioners listed below Call Mayor Dan Gelber: 305-673-7035 Tell the Mayor "This is NOT what we voted for.... Continue >
FL Politics -Jim Rosica The Senate Health Policy Committee on Monday OK’d the bill (SB 182) by Sen. Jeff Brandes, a St. Petersburg Republican, but that was after amending it with language from chair Gayle Harrell, a Stuart Republican and health care consultant, that divided the panel. The legislation first died on a 5-5 tie vote, was revived on a motion to reconsider, and the affirmative vote by Rouson, a St. Petersburg Democrat, put it over the top. Rouson said he changed his vote to move the bill along and ensure it wasn’t dead for the 2019 Legislative Session, which starts March... Continue >
Florida Pheonix - Lloyd Dunkelberger The Florida House and Senate are poised to take up smokable pot bills in the first week of the 2019 session. There are some differences in the bills that will have to be worked out. The House bill (HB 7015) allows adults to use smokable marijuana, but it prohibits the dispensaries from selling other whole-flower products. The House bill also bans children from smoking. The Senate bill (SB 182) would require marijuana dispensaries to sell at least one type of pre-rolled, filter-less cigarettes and allow them to sell other whole-flower products. It would allow sick... Continue >