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The Florida Department of Health said Friday that a patient's request that the Florida Supreme Court allow him to grow medical marijuana while the agency appeals a ruling that he has that right is an improper appeal and would expand the court's jurisdiction “beyond its constitutional bounds.”
Colombia’s top anti-corruption official and an attorney were extradited Thursday on charges filed in Florida that they laundered money and solicited bribes to obstruct an investigation into a former Colombian governor who is now cooperating with U.S. authorities.
A former arms dealer who made millions during the Iraq War and fought Warner Brothers in copyright litigation over its movie "War Dogs" sued his writing partner Friday for allegedly claiming to be the owner of the rights to the arms dealer's memoir, "Once A Gun Runner."
Illinois-based real estate investment trust InvenTrust Properties Corp. said on Thursday that it has acquired a 120,000-square-foot retail center in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, for $88 million from Menin Development Inc.
The Federal Trade Commission in California federal court on Thursday accused a Florida-based company of scamming small businesses through false threats to remove them from Google search results and sham search engine optimization products.