BREAKING: 2016 Petition Approved By FL Supreme Court

The Florida Supreme Court has put its stamp of approval on the 2016 version of the medical marijuana petition, paving the way towards its imminent placement on the ballot.

This leaves the final step prior to getting on the ballot: to secure 683,149 validated petitions. As of this email, we have over 400,000 validated and only weeks left to collect and send in the remainder

Please contribute anything you can to the petition drive here. We still have 2 weeks of John Morgan's 9 to 1 match, and we need to bring in this money BEFORE the New Year.

Additionally, Print, sign and mail in the NEW 2016 petition at If you're not sure if you've done this already, send it in again. It won't be double counted.

There are only weeks left to get this done. Please help today.

More details to come.

- Ben Pollara
Campaign Manager
United for Care

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commented 2016-01-18 22:12:50 -0500 · Flag
Thanks for the update. Strong decision I believe.
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commented 2015-12-21 12:51:01 -0500 · Flag
So happy to see the United for Care petition succeeding! We have regularly updated our readers on the status of the United for Care petition (along with all the other legal developments on medical marijuana in Florida) at Keep up the good work!
commented 2015-12-20 10:54:14 -0500 · Flag
So mad that you left so many to suffer!!!
The Chronic Pain people have been waiting
A long time- and you offer them NOTHING!
OD on Opiates or smoke illegally and go
To jail… Depression, Anxiety- what these
We’re too hard for you to do, so you just
Dropped them??? And no plants or
Amounts given-so that means we CANT
Grow-which sucks!!! You could have done
Better. I’m not giving it MY vote !!!
commented 2015-12-19 10:18:58 -0500 · Flag
You won’t even print the actual bill! People are fools if they vote for this!! If anyone who supports medical marijuana reads this bill, then decide if you think it is worth the effort. It only helps very few of Florida’s citizens. Read this watered down version before you vote! No chronic pain, no depression, no anxiety unless you have a SPECIFIC diagnosis. Congratulations Morgan, so long as your brother falls in the very limited categories, which unless he has something other than paralysis, he doesn’t!
commented 2015-12-18 21:23:18 -0500 · Flag
We need this in Maine.