Seventy-one percent of Floridians voted to legalize full-strength medical marijuana on Nov. 9.
But it can’t go into effect until the Legislature works out the laws – and that process is moving slower than a bunch of high school kids on 4/20.
If, like those high school kids, you forgot what the terms are, we’ll remind ya. Approved doctors can now recommend full-strength medical marijuana to more patients, for a larger range of conditions.
Chill, it doesn’t mean you can’t ask your doctor to give you some weed for your headache, tho. It’s for far more serious things, like cancer, HIV, or epilepsy. You can see the full list here.
Anyway, here’s where we’re at so far.