There is currenly a bill proposed to legalize medical marijuana in Florida.
Other states have shown a huge increase in revenue from this legalization
General Bill by Edwards (CO-SPONSORS) Berman; Pafford; Rehwinkel Vasilinda; Stewart
Medical Cannabis: Authorizes qualifying patient to possess & administer medical cannabis, & possess & use paraphernalia for specified purpose; authorizes patient's caregiver to possess & administer medical cannabis to qualifying patient & to possess & use paraphernalia for specified purpose; provides procedures & requirements thereto; provides that act does not allow person to undertake task under influence of medical cannabis when doing so constitutes negligence or malpractice; provides that use of medical cannabis does not create defense to certain offenses; authorizes physician to recommend use of medical cannabis; provides procedures & requirements thereto; requires DBPR to regulate licensure of cultivation centers & dispensaries; provides procedures & requirements thereto; prohibits school, employer, or property owner from refusing to enroll, employ, or lease to or penalize person who is cardholder; requires DOH, DBPR, & DOR to adopt rules by specified date; establishing medical cannabis section within DBPR; provides procedures & requirements; authorizes medical cannabis farm to possess, cultivate, & manufacture medical cannabis, medical cannabis-based products, & marijuana plants for wholesale in this state; requires agricultural classification for land used as medical cannabis farm; prohibits medical cannabis farm from conducting retail sales or transactions; provides certain protections to medical cannabis farms; provides permitting procedures and fees; provides licensing procedures and fees; requires reporting of loss, theft, or unexplained shortage of medical cannabis product to local law enforcement agency & department; authorizes administrative fines, license suspension, injunctive relief.
In November you will be asked to vote on a medical marijuana pot referendum that would legalize marijuana for a range of conditions. Gov. Rick Scott has alresdy signed a bill on that legalizes the use of a noneuphoric strain of marijuana to treat conditions such as epilepsy, Lou Gehrig's disease and cancer.