Court grants FL lawmakers time to remove medical marijuana smoking ban

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A court case challenging the constitutionality of Florida’s ban on smokable medical cannabis has been put on hold until March 15 to allow state lawmakers time to eliminate the prohibition.

An appellate court granted the stay after a request from both sides in the case, according to The News Service of Florida.

Earlier this month, new Gov. Ron DeSantis requested that the Legislature do away with the ban, which was ruled unconstitutional in 2018 by a circuit court judge.

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