As we enter another political positioning season, folks have declared intentions and more are vacillating. This time, many voters have vowed to vet candidates more carefully. Governor Rick Scott provided motivation for that resolve. Regardless of what candidate surfaces as the new hope of Florida in 2018, what promises are made and what new…

  President Donald Trump says he wants Florida Gov. Rick Scott to challenge incumbent U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson in next year’s elections. Florida Governor Rick Scott is considering a run for Florida Senator. The required process to remove an elected politician is difficult and rarely successful. A viable solution that can raise the integrity of…

  What does a former professional wrestler and Governor, a former Judge and now legal analyst, a cannabis attorney, personal injury lawyer, the Executive Director of the National Indian Cannabis Coalition and a former comedian and now cannabis activist have in common? Roger Stone. Last week, Roger Stone, veteran Republican presidential strategist, political operative and…

  “There is majority agreement between the House and Senate, that smoking of cannabis is not an act that is consistent with a healthy life and not consistent with consuming medicine,” Sen. Rob Bradley said. During the Legislative session, a Senate meeting was unexpectedly put on hold for 15 minutes after a man in the…

  Friday, March 10, 2017…Letter to the editor Tampa Bay Times “Google Denver and see what communities experienced when “medical” marijuana was legalized. It isn’t a pretty sight. Parks began to be cluttered with homeless, crime increased, unemployment increased, high school dropout rates began to increase — and all of this before recreational legalization. Who…

  Today is 420. A special day for cannabis around the globe. This is day people give thanks for cannabis and all the wonderful things it brings. This is the day when like-minded friends gather. We set everything aside at 4:20 each afternoon and take a cannabis break. But April 20th offers a perfect reason to…

PUBLISHED: October 4, 2016 at 12:19 pm | UPDATED: October 4, 2016 at 12:21 pm By Christopher Ingraham, The Washington Post States that passed medical marijuana laws saw a significant boost to older Americans’ workforce participation, according to a new working paper from researchers at Johns Hopkins and Temple University. States with medical marijuana laws…