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Florida Democrats Add Medical Marijuana to the Ballot to Boost Voter Turnout for The Midterm Election
(MPP) Florida Democrats are pushing for a constitutional amendment that would put medical marijuana on the state’s ballot this November. If the initiative passes, Florida would become the first southern state to legalize some form of marijuana usage. Recent Battleground polls have shown widespread support, especially among young voters.
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Florida Democrats Add Medical Marijuana to the Ballot to Boost Voter Turnout for The Midterm Election

(MPP) Florida Democrats are pushing for a constitutional amendment that would put medical marijuana on the state’s ballot this November. If the initiative passes, Florida would become the first southern state to legalize some form of marijuana usage. Recent Battleground polls have shown widespread support, especially among young voters.

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Student Sues School Over Suspension for Marijuana Tweet
(HighTimes) A pro-marijuana message posted on Twitter last year led to the suspension of an Ohio high school soccer player, who has since filed a lawsuit against the school district, claiming a violation of his First Amendment rights and denial of due process.
According to reports, Clear Fork High School student Jakob Neumann was suspended at the beginning of his senior year after school officials were made aware of a photo he retweeted portraying someone holding marijuana, with the caption: “Marijuana is my favorite.”
Now, what is important to understand, says his father, Alfred Neumann, is the Twitter post was something his son made after school had concluded for the summer “on our home computer — and he didn’t make any mention of the school or the team,” he said. “There’s a constitutional issue.”
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Student Sues School Over Suspension for Marijuana Tweet

(HighTimes) A pro-marijuana message posted on Twitter last year led to the suspension of an Ohio high school soccer player, who has since filed a lawsuit against the school district, claiming a violation of his First Amendment rights and denial of due process.

According to reports, Clear Fork High School student Jakob Neumann was suspended at the beginning of his senior year after school officials were made aware of a photo he retweeted portraying someone holding marijuana, with the caption: “Marijuana is my favorite.”

Now, what is important to understand, says his father, Alfred Neumann, is the Twitter post was something his son made after school had concluded for the summer “on our home computer — and he didn’t make any mention of the school or the team,” he said. “There’s a constitutional issue.”

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Colorado raids: State moves to shut down targeted medical marijuana businesses
(Cannabist) State regulators have moved to shut down four interconnected medical marijuana operations under scrutiny since being raided by federal agents in late November.
The businesses, which have had license applications pending since 2010, received notices of denial from the state last week. They have 60 days to request a hearing to challenge the state’s determination.
The businesses include VIP Cannabis in Denver, a high-volume dispensary that reopened a few weeks after the raids.
Sources have told The Denver Post that federal investigators are looking at possible connections to Colombian drug cartels, which the targeted businesses and individuals have denied. None of the 10 men named as subjects have been charged in the case.
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Colorado raids: State moves to shut down targeted medical marijuana businesses

(CannabistState regulators have moved to shut down four interconnected medical marijuana operations under scrutiny since being raided by federal agents in late November.

The businesses, which have had license applications pending since 2010, received notices of denial from the state last week. They have 60 days to request a hearing to challenge the state’s determination.

The businesses include VIP Cannabis in Denver, a high-volume dispensary that reopened a few weeks after the raids.

Sources have told The Denver Post that federal investigators are looking at possible connections to Colombian drug cartels, which the targeted businesses and individuals have denied. None of the 10 men named as subjects have been charged in the case.

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