Do not forget the Representative that filed this spoke to 0 Cannabis Physicians...Skip to 1 HR :33 Min in for the best parts....Read more
End of telehealth recertification could mean end of treatment for some medical marijuana patients
"I have a lot of patients who have epilepsy who would not be good for that, especially when they're having multiple seizures a day," he said. "Or patients who have autism can get very violent and don't have patience to sit in the car for long periods of time."
Others need to travel with wheelchairs or other equipment. Berger said some of his patients drive as long as six hours to his office because he's one of the only board-certified pediatricians in the state who can grant certifications for medical marijuana.Read more
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Florida for Care — In the successful fight against efforts to decrease and limit the potency of medical marijuana, there is no individual or organization as engaged as Florida for Care.Read more
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Health News Florida | By Dara Kam - News Service of Florida
The physicians spoke out after a committee approved a controversial proposal on THC limits being pushed by Republican lawmakers in the state House. Florida doctors on Thursday pushed back against allegations that the state’s medical marijuana program is being used by people seeking to get high for fun.
The physicians spoke out after a committee approved a controversial proposal being pushed by Republican lawmakers in the state House.
The bill, sponsored by Rep. Spencer Roach, R-North Fort Myers, would impose THC potency limits for smokable medical marijuana and other cannabis products.Read more
By Ben Pollara, Florida for Care
For the Ft. Myers News_Press
“We’re going to treat marijuana like medicine and we will not...tax medical marijuana.”
That was then-Representative Ray Rodrigues back in 2017, a few days after the right to medical marijuana was formally established in our state’s constitution. That right, of course, was made law by the over 71% of Floridians who voted “yes” on Amendment 2 in the 2016 elections.Read more