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Thursday, June 22, 2017

Cannabis is not new. Among plants useful to humanity, it rises above the rest. The single cannabis plant has been cultivated for fiber, food, plastics, health products, medicines and for social use since the beginning of recorded time. Only since the 20th century has cannabis been prohibited. Our amendment serves to bring the cannabis plant back into the hands of responsible adults. 

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  • When will this be on the ballot? +

    In order to reach the 2018 ballot, we must have 1 million signatures turned into before February 1, 2018. Every signature is valid for two-years.
  • Can I sign the petition online? +

    Florida law requires each petition be complete with an original signature. For the time being, all petitions must be signed by the voter, and the original petition mailed to the Floridians for Freedom office in Melbourne. As we grow, we’ll be opening satellite offices around the state.
  • Why is this amendment better than a strictly medical initiative? +

    Medical initiatives put doctors between people and access to the plant. The more we learn, the more we understand this is a first option, not a last resort for many disorders. Under our amendment a patient can put a seed in the ground, greatly reducing the cost and increasing access.
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