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Judge Strikes Down Florida's Ban on Smokable Medical Marijuana

Stock image.  Tallahassee, FL—A Florida state court judge last Friday struck down the state legislature’s ban on smokable medical marijuana, concluding the prohibition was unconstitutional. People United for Medical Marijuana v. Florida Department of Health, 2017CA001394.  Read more detail on … Continue reading

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Constitutional questions over Florida's drug offenses on fast track to state's Supreme Court

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NASS Administrative Rules Organization Honors Florida's Division of Library and Information Services as 2011 Robert J. Colborn, Jr. Innovation Award Winner

Florida's Division of Library and Information Services Recognized for Implementation of a Program to Hyperlink Materials Incorporated by Rules in the On-line Version of the Florida Administrative Code The Administrative Codes and Registers (ACR) Section of the National Association of … Continue reading

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Briefly: Augustine, Cernan, and Florida's missing $40 million

A few space policy items from the last few days you might have missed given the other news: Nearly two years after being named to lead a committee to study the nation's human spaceflight plans, Norm Augustine remains concerned about … Continue reading

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Florida's War On The Judiciary

There's a proposal in the Florida Legislature to lower judicial pay by 8%. Combined with pension reductions, judges are looking at about a 20% reduction in compensation. The logic behind the 8%? State Representative Richard Glorioso offered no justification for … Continue reading

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