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  1. Marijuana plants grow in a greenhouse environment in this room at the Curaleaf Homestead Cultivation Facility. This environment controls the amount of natural sunlight and artificial light the plants are exposed to, as well as the temperature.
    An Atlanta broker is listing one license for $40 million and the other for $55 million.
  2. Republicans circle the wagons.
    Even this week’s revelations in Florida haven’t disrupted the state’s political dynamics. That means Republicans are firmly behind their leaders.
  3. President Donald Trump, left, talks to Florida Governor Ron DeSantis after giving a speech to his supporters at the Sharon L. Morse Performing Arts Center in The Villages, Florida on Thursday, October 3, 2019.
    “The allegations regarding Global Energy Producers to the governor’s affiliated political action committee in 2018 are troubling,” DeSantis spokeswoman Helen Ferré wrote in an email Thursday.
  4. Gary Perez, 60, a resident of Bardmoor signs a petition that opposes the proposed sale of the Bardmoor golf course on March 14, 2019.
    One of the organizers of the petition drive to get the amendment on the ballot — an amendment opposed by investor-owned utilities — said the letter is designed to “sow chaos.”
  5. In this April 11, 2018, file photo, a high school student uses a vaping device near a school campus in Cambridge, Mass.  [AP Photo | Steven Senne]
    "The department does not appear to have the authority to do anything.”
  6. Attorney General Ashley Moody. [BRONTE WITTPENN   |   Times]
    It’s the third constitutional amendment Attorney General Ashley Moody has come out against this year.
  7. A man smokes marijuana recreationally in Toronto. [AP Photo | CP, Kevin Frayer]
    The political committee Make It Legal Florida, which registered with the state Aug. 1, raised $1.09 million in cash and received $104,500 in in-kind contributions.
  8. Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis. [CHRIS URSO  |   Times]
    At a news conference after a visit to a Florida Power & Light facility in West Palm Beach on Tuesday, the governor thanked those who pitched in to send aid to the islands.
  9. John Loudon speaks in Miami on July 17, 2019, to deliver the final signatures for Florida Citizen Voters, which announced it has collected 1.5 million signatures. With him is Gabriel Alfonzo, a naturalized citizen from Venezuela, and Jose Montas, a naturalized citizen from Dominican Republic. [JOHN LOUDON | Florida Citizen Voters]
    Two months after a crack down on constitutional amendments took effect, Florida Secretary of State Laurel Lee has agreed to host a workshop Friday to work out the problems that have become a budget...
  10. Sen. Jason Pizzo (D-Miami Beach), Romania Dukes, Rep. Dan Daley (D-Coral Springs), Rep. Javier Fernandez (D-South Miami), Rep. Cindy Polo (D-Miami Lakes) and MJ Wright attend a press conference to address a failed effort for a special session on gun reform at Belafonte TACOLOCY community center in Liberty City on Tuesday. [SAMANTHA J. GROSS | Miami Herald]
    Instead of a special session, Democrats plan on filing bills in January’s regular session that would address universal background checks, safe gun storage and a ban on high-capacity magazines.