About two weeks after the sale, Gina and Randy Rice, who live next to the property, said they met Bowman over the fence. He told them he planned to grow medicine. Robert Graham, a Grants Pass attorney who represents Baquet, said his client has no comment. Bowman, through his attorney Carl Clyde, also declined to comment.
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Verification of medical eligibility can take 24 hours and has to be repeated with each dispensary, said Keith McCarty, founder and CEO of Eaze. Eaze’s technology automates all of that so each patient can have a consistent, comfortable experience and can focus on getting better.
McCarty was an early-stage executive who helped... more →
Aaron Zeeman’s lawsuit alleges refusal by probation officers to allow him to use medical marijuana violates his rights. His lawsuit also alleges denying him the drug constitutes cruel and unusual punishment. The 46-year-old from Mountain View is one of the co-defendants in a marijuana ministry case. He was sentenced to two... more →
The group said it wants to buy the Deltona Plaza at 1200 Deltona Boulevard and use the former Winn Dixie store to house a marijuana grow business. “Being able to address the issues of the homeless in Deltona,” said Smiley Thurston with Coalition Against Hunger. “Helping to feed the hungry.” Thurston and Wayne... more →
The poll of 1,251 voters was conducted July 17-21 and has a margin of error of plus or minus 2.8 percentage points. Any way you look at it age, gender or party registration Florida voters overwhelmingly support the idea of legalizing medical marijuana, according to a Quinnipiac University poll released Monday.
The poll found 88... more →
Congressman Scott Perry wants to legalize medical marijuana oil nationally for those who have epilepsy. This comes after a movement to do the same has largely stalled in Pennsylvania. The legislation was introduced Monday, so it has a long way to go before it can become law.
Representative Perry’s bill gives hope to many people... more →
Florida voters overwhelmingly support the idea of legalized medical marijuana according to a Quinnipiac University poll. The poll released Monday morning showed that 88 percent of Florida voters support medical marijuana, compared to 10 percent who are opposed.
The poll also found that 55 percent of voters approved of recreational... more →
The concerns over health effects, addiction and criminality of marijuana use aren’t significant enough to continue prohibition, especially when weighed against the enormous cost of enforcement and the disproportionate impact of drug laws on young black men, the editorial board argued. The newspaper advocated for the federal... more →
Support for legalizing medical marijuana in Florida gathered steam ahead of a November referendum, with a poll out Monday showing 88 percent in favor of the measure. Only 10 percent of residents opposed legalization, the survey by Quinnipiac University found.
Floridians across all age ranges and genders, as well as both Democrats... more →
Force Fuels, Inc. Announces Today a Proprietary Banking Solution for the Medical Marijuana and Recreational Business
Cafe Serendipity Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary Force Fuels Inc. (OTC PINK: FOFU) (FOFU) (the “Company”) is pleased to announce that it has developed a mobile app and a widget that will allow consumers... more →