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 are many reasons to question the judgement of players involved in the 2017 Florida Amendment 2 Legislation.  Stories coming out of Tallahassee the past month have illustrated the challenge our lawmakers have in executing their unbiased ability to regulate and establish legislation according to what the people want. Thus far, no one…

Is your patient really “safe”? Confusion and “gray area” is nothing new to the emerging medical marijuana industry in the U.S. In recent years, the recommendation and use of this form of medicine has been left up to the state entities to legalize and regulate. While a state can legalize the use of medical cannabis,…

October 9, 2014 – By Dr. Malik Burnett and Amanda Reiman, PhD, MSW  Dear Doctors,  “With so much information coming out about the medical value of marijuana, and that marijuana is not as dangerous as alcohol, why was it made illegal in the first place?” Sincerely, Looking for a history lesson Dear Looking, That is…

Press Release: Florida Times-Union, Ft. Myers News Press Endorse Amendment 2; Both Were Opposed in 2014 MONDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2016 CONTACT: BIANCA GARZA Third newspaper to change endorsement from 2014 (Miami Beach, FL) — This weekend the editorial boards of two major Florida daily newspapers – the Florida Times-Union and the Ft. Myers News-Press –…

By CATHERINE SAINT LOUIS and MATT APUZZOAUG. 10, 2016 The Obama administration is planning to remove a major roadblock to marijuana research, officials said Wednesday, potentially spurring broad scientific study of a drug that is being used to treat dozens of diseases in states across the nation despite little rigorous evidence of its effectiveness. The…

By TNM News on August 12, 2016 Time reports: Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton plans to reschedule marijuana if she is elected in November, according to a statement issued by the campaign. While the Drug Enforcement Administration denied a petition early Thursday to remove marijuana from its Schedule I list under the Controlled Substances Act,…