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FL: Med Marijuana Legal Protection Bill Introduced


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#1 notsofasteddie

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Posted 15 March 2011 - 11:32 AM

Bill To Offer Legal Protection To Medical Marijuana Patients Introduced In Florida

Florida lawmakers have introduced a joint resolution that seeks to enact legal protections for patients who use cannabis under the advice of their physician.
House Joint Resolution (HJR) 1407 seeks to authorize the legislature to establish regulations regarding the physician-supervised use of marijuana, and to mandate an affirmative defense from criminal prosecution to select patients. If passed, HJR 1407 would place the issue on the 2012 ballot, where voters would decide 'yes' or 'no' on the proposal.

You can watch archived video of a recent press conference in support of the measure here.

According to a recent statewide poll, 57 percent of Floridians support allowing authorized patients legal access to marijuana as a medicine.

HJR 1407 has been referred to two legislative committees: the Judiciary Committee, Criminal Justice Subcommittee, and the Health and Human Services Committee.

Full text of the measure is available here.

Further information is available from NORML of South Florida at: normlsfla@gmail.com. Other Florida NORML affiliates may be contacted here.

To contact your House and Senate members in support of HJR 1407, please visit NORML's 'Take Action Center' here:
http://www.capwiz.co...lertid=35438521

Thank you for your support of sensible marijuana law reform in Florida.

Sincerely,
The NORML Team


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