- Florida high court considers marijuana vertical integration, adult-use vote
- The Florida Supreme Court heard arguments via teleconference Wednesday on two issues that could signifcantly alter the state’s marijuana industry.
- One case is a longstanding issue of whether the vertically integrated structure of the Florida’s medical marijuana industry
- So far, lower courts have agreed with the assertion by the plaintiff, Tampa-based firm Florigrown, that the state law requiring vertical companies runs counter to a voter-approved constitutional amendment that legalized MMJ in 2016.
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