TALLAHASSEE — To friends and political allies, Mel Sembler is a real estate developer with integrity.
A poll released Friday by United for Care, the group backing a constitutional amendment to expand medical marijuana in Florida, shows that 74 percent of likely voters.
A new poll of likely voters by the Universiy of North Florida suggests U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio and the backers of a medical marijuana initiative have something to celebrate.
After a slow start to September, advocates for and against Amendment 2 raised large sums last week.
TALLAHASSEE — Come Nov. 8, Florida could be the 26th state to legalize full-strength medical marijuana for patients with cancer, epilepsy and a host of other conditions.
Last week, fundraising for the group opposing medical marijuana slowed, while supporters continued raising money.
The group behind a constitutional amendment to expand medical marijuana in Florida says it has widespread support among voters for the November election.