FL Supreme Court Approves 2016 Medical Marijuana Petition

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. 

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 2016-02-17 21:49:44 -0500 · Flag
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commented 2016-01-11 07:52:35 -0500 · Flag
How many validated petitions are needed to secure the ballot as of 1/10/16. We need a daily update. What date is the deadline?
commented 2015-12-23 12:43:12 -0500 · Flag
I have multiple petitions to turn in and I live in Daytona. The people who were paying me three bucks a signature left town to go to jax today. Let me know who I can turn in my petitions to in Daytona. Or IF I can turn them into John Morgan himself thatd be cool cause Id love to chat with him. -Tim
commented 2015-12-23 11:01:13 -0500 · Flag
Look folks, time is running out. You need to get off the fence. Even if you are not interested in the medical aspects of medical marijuana, a thing to remember is that once medical marijuana is an available alternative, then the recreational phase can move forward once the government of Florida sees the advantages of it financially. Give Florida a much needed boost for those 1000 persons a day that are migrating to The Sunshine State.