Florida Senate's bill on Amendment 2 clears first committee

Posted April 05, 2017

The House of Representatives unanimously rejected a Senate amendment Monday that would have allowed the Senate sergeant-at-arms to carry concealed weapons on public property. Richard Ojeda (D-Logan) in the Senate, where it was approved 28-6 last week.

It wasn't clear whether a flat tax proposal can pass as the Assessment and Taxation Committee voted Tuesday to send its bill to the Senate.

The WV Medical Cannabis Act (SB 386) was up for passage Monday in the House.

Twenty-eight states and the District of Columbia have enacted effective medical marijuana laws, and 18 states have adopted medical marijuana laws that are ineffective because they are either unworkable or exceptionally restrictive.

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Shott's version also included a process by which people who are prescribed medical marijuana would be issued a certificate, which they would use in obtaining a license to get their prescription. Those operating dispensaries would have to pay $10,000 each year to renew their permits.

In addition to those proposed in Shott's amendment, Pushkin's amendment included more ways marijuana could be consumed, albeit with some limitations, including smoking, oils and edibles. The use of the drug would be to treat chronic pain, nausea and vomiting in cancer patients and muscle spasms in multiple sclerosis patients.

The voter-approved version allowed far more freedom for citizens to grow and smoke the plant.