Florida voters are poised to decide whether to legalize recreational marijuana in the Sunshine State.
A statewide initiative that would legalize marijuana sales and use is currently on the ballot.
But that’s not all.
Florida has a growing number of laws, from DUI to child abuse to child pornography to domestic violence, which could be added to the list of crimes that could be treated as felonies.
And the laws could be used against you if you’re caught smoking marijuana.
In the case of the proposed Florida Medical Marijuana Act, the legislation would legalize medical marijuana for medical use in all 50 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico.
But it would not apply to patients suffering from certain diseases, such as epilepsy, that can cause seizures.
Medical marijuana is the only legal form of medical marijuana in Florida.
There are currently 15 medical marijuana dispensaries in the state.
The bill would allow medical marijuana patients to use the marijuana for certain medical purposes.
Those medical conditions could include: Epilepsy: patients with epilepsy can use marijuana to treat their symptoms.