Florida Supreme Court Cancels Medical Marijuana Ballot Arguments

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I received the following campaign alert from the Florida medical marijuana campaign:

Florida medical marijuana

The news just keeps getting better as we work to get medical marijuana on the 2016 ballot:

The Florida Supreme Court has cancelled oral arguments in the wake of Attorney General Bondi's lack of objection.  While they still must issue an opinion about the petition, that they felt they did not need to hear from our attorneys is a very, very good sign. (It also saved us many thousands of dollars in additional attorneys fees!)

Should they formally approve the amendment language - that would mean the only thing standing in the way of medical marijuana's return to the ballot is collecting enough validated signatures.

That's where you come in: We are literally halfway to our petition goal, and we have less than 60 days to pull in the remainder of the funds we need to get the 400,000 more petitions we need. 

As he has for over a month - John Morgan has agreed to match your contribution 9x to 1.

Please contribute here - and John Morgan will multiply that donation by 9.

We need to collect another $37,000 in November to get to $100k in total matchable donations.  You can help us - and follow along with our progress - by contributing here. 

Compassion is coming.

- Ben Pollara
Campaign Manager

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