Florida lawmakers’ legislative deal pushes MMJ program forward, with caveats

By Bart Schaneman Florida lawmakers’ agreement on rules for the state’s full-fledged medical marijuana program would more than double the number of licensed MMJ companies over the next year. But special caveats would limit the number of entrepreneurs who could get a business license. Still, there would be new opportunities for ancillary companies serving the industry. The last-minute legislative deal lays the groundwork for lawmakers to take up the MMJ legislation as soon as Thursday during this week’s special session of the legislature. The compromise bill, unveiled Wednesday after closed-door negotiations between ... Florida lawmakers’ legislative deal pushes MMJ program forward, with caveats is a post from: Marijuana Business Daily: Financial, Legal & Cannabusiness news for cannabis entrepreneurs