Fla. Justices Skeptical Of 'Limited Use' In Cannabis Proposal

By Carolina Bolado (February 4, 2020, 5:42 PM EST) -- Florida's Supreme Court justices expressed concern Tuesday over a ballot initiative that purports to legalize the "limited use" of recreational marijuana but that they say places no limit on consumption.

The justices took issue Tuesday with the language of a ballot initiative to legalize recreational marijuana, in particular language suggesting to voters that the amendment would approve "limited use" of the substance without placing limits on consumption. The proposed amendment calls for setting up a regulatory framework for marijuana that mirrors that for alcohol and authorizes only limited use of marijuana.

Michael Minardi, who argued on behalf of amendment sponsor Regulate Florida,...

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