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Florida v. Oxycodone, et. al.

Saamia Shaikh, Esquire has had her article "Florida v. Oxycodone, et. al." published in the Winter 2017 edition of the Florida Bar Health Law Section's Newsletter. http://www.flabarhls.org/resources-menu/document-library/hls-newsletter/320-the-florida-bar-health-law-section-newsletter-winter-2017 For more information about any of the information contained in this article or any other questions please email Ms. Shaikh at ss@joneshealthlaw.com....

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Florida Senate Bill 8-A’s Effect on Physicians’ Medical Marijuana Practices

Background President Trump he has not taken a firm stance publicly in favor of or opposed to the use of medical marijuana. Currently, he intends to leave the medical marijuana issue up to the individual states. The 2016 fiscal year  omnibus appropriations bill appears to be in line with Trump as it contains language prohibiting the Department of Justice from meddling in state medical marijuana laws. According to a Department of Health report, the state registry now has 16,614 patients. A recent state revenue impact study projects that by 2022 there will be approximately 472,000 medical marijuana patients and $542 million in sales. Many activists expect...

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Seeing Through the Smoke of Florida’s Medical Marijuana Industry

As you may be aware, On November 8, 2016, Florida voters approved the use of Medical Marijuana in a constitutional ballot initiative called Amendment 2. This Amendment approved the use of Medical Marijuana in treatment for patients who suffer from specific debilitating medical conditions. These debilitating medical conditions include, but, are not limited to, cancer, AIDS, PTSD, glaucoma, Parkinson’s Disease, epilepsy, and Crohn’s disease. Physicians may also prescribe Medical Marijuana for “other debilitating medical conditions of the same kind or class” as those mentioned above and “for which a physician believes that the medical use of marijuana would likely outweigh...

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