Once again Quinnipiac University is polling on medical marijuana and once again theyre misleading everyone on their polling results.
The newspapers are awash every day with stories about the Florida Department of Corrections and the systemic problems a longstanding culture has created.
Ever since Amendment 2 on medical marijuana went down, there has been much discussion about how to proceed.
The Florida Department of Juvenile Justice is a relatively young state agency, having been carved out of the old Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services back in 1997.
Amendment 2, the ill-fated attempt to legalize medical marijuana, was soundly defeated on Tuesday.So why did Amendment 2 lose, especially when it started out at 88 percent voter support?
John Morgan is the ubiquitous trial attorney who has his name plastered on everything from buses to billboards all around the state.
With only a couple of weeks left in this campaign season, Amendment 2 continues a precipitous slide to what looks like a resounding defeat.
I watched today as the Florida State University board of trustees took testimony from interested faculty and students on who should be selected as the next president of the university.
Recently some FSU professors bought a full-page ad in the Tallahassee Democrat and another professor wrote an op-ed to slam Sen. John Thrasher for many perceived mistakes in the hope that he wont become FSUs next president.
The Florida Sheriffs Association (FSA) announced Tuesday the launch of their Dont Let Florida Go to Pot Coalition, which is about educating the public on the dire impact if Amendment 2 is approved allowing medical marijuana.