November 13, 2012

Sign A Petition To Remove Cannabis From Schedule 1 In Florida

November 13, 2012
Florida medical marijuana

Florida medical marijuanaHelp Make Florida The 19th Medical Marijuana State

Florida CAN has a press conference at 9:45 and will end our petition to the AG at 11AM just prior to our meeting with the AG’s team. We are here in Tallahassee hoping tomorrow marks the day Florida took the turn to becoming the 19th state with medical access to cannabis. We can’t do it alone.

Please sign the petition. If you already signed the petition asking the Attorney General to reschedule cannabis, please ask a friend to sign it too. Below is the petition’s language:


Honorable Attorney General Bondi,

We, the undersigned, hereby join with the Florida Cannabis Action Network in asking you to exercise your authority in accordance with Florida Statute 893.0355 to reschedule cannabis.

Since 1996, 18 states and the District of Columbia have passed laws accepting the medicinal value of cannabis. Since 2009, two states, Oregon and Connecticut have rescheduled cannabis. The Iowa Board of Pharmacy overwhelming recommended the Iowa Legislature reschedule cannabis per their procedure.

On October 16, 2012, a federal court heard oral arguments for the federal rescheduling of cannabis. As the Federal Government considers what to do with the Federal scheduling, it is clear the Florida Legislature intended to quickly provide a method for rescheduling when there are beneficial medical uses.

This year, one Floridian, Irv Rosenfeld marks 30 years of prescription cannabis use provided through a Federal Research Program.

With these things in mind, we request that, in accordance to Florida law and in the spirit of equitable treatment for all, we ask you immediately remove cannabis from Schedule 1 and give it a scientifically accurate designation.

Read the full text of the petition here.


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