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John Morgan Wants to Get Recreational Marijuana on Florida's 2020 Ballot

2 years ago by Travis Cohen
Legal recreational weed in Florida just got closer to becoming a reality. John Morgan, the Orlando attorney whose fortune and advocacy helped bring medical marijuana to the Sunshine State, says he's throwing his weight behind an effort to get recreational pot on the ballot in 2020.
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Democrats Are Trying to Draft Medical Pot Architect John Morgan for Governor

4 years ago by Tim Elfrink
The Florida Democratic Party hasn't won a governor's race in Florida since 1994 but in recent years has been totally unwilling to invent a new strategy to change that streak. For the past four elections, like clockwork, the party has nominated a milquetoast Tampa-area centrist. And for the past four cycles, they've all lost.
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Medical Marijuana Backer John Morgan Slammed For Appealing To Potheads

6 years ago by Tim Elfrink
Super trial lawyer John Morgan is on the road this month talking up Amendment 2, the move to legalize medical marijuana in Florida that he's pumped millions of his own dollars into supporting. That's when Morgan made two deadly errors, at least in the minds of Amendment 2's opponents: He...
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The 12 Best Things to Do in Miami This Week

25 days ago by Suzannah Friscia
Dombresky, Eartheater, Over Under, and more events this week.
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John Morgan Teams Up With Roger Stone as Marijuana Industry Moves to #DisownStone

3 years ago by Jessica Lipscomb
Last Wednesday, Florida megalawyer and possible gubernatorial candidate John Morgan formally announced a new partnership with onetime Trump adviser and dirty trickster Roger Stone, saying the two were launching a bipartisan effort to push the president toward marijuana reform.
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Kaylan Arnold Keeps Soul Alive Through Reggae-Infused R&B

8 months ago by Cristina Jerome
Kaylan Arnold's soul leads everything she produces, and it's apparent in her music.
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The Best Concerts in Miami This Week

10 months ago by Olivia McAuley
Looking for the best concerts in Miami this week? Check out Destination Okeechobee, GroundUp Music Festival, Andrea Bocelli, the Dewars, Donzii, Panache's Annual Valentine's Day Village of Love with Afrobeta, and more live performances and concerts February 10 through February 16.
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Florida Man Roger Stone's Five Wildest Moments

1 year ago by Alexi C. Cardona
The first week of Roger Stone's criminal trial in Washington D.C. began with an impressive number of unfortunate events and theatrics. A courtroom spectator had a seizure, Stone left early the first day of jury selection because of "food poisoning," InfoWars jackass Alex Jones threatened to out a juror (Hello, Justice Department?), and the presiding judge ordered the jury not to watch The Godfather.
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The Best Concerts in Miami This Week

1 year ago by Olivia McAuley
Brace yourself and pace yourself, because Art Basel is descending upon Miami this week. The official dates for the Magic City's premier gathering of the art elite are December 5 through 8, but the world-renowned fair has expanded its influence not only beyond the boundaries of Miami Beach but also...
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South Miami-Dade Town of Cutler Bay Publicly Supports Legalizing Recreational Marijuana

1 year ago by Jessica Lipscomb
Support for recreational marijuana in Florida seems stronger than ever. A petition to put legal weed on the ballot in 2020 passed a huge milestone last week, and a recent Quinnipiac University poll showed that 65 percent of Floridians now support allowing adults to use and possess small amounts of marijuana.

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