Law360 (May 27, 2021, 7:39 PM EDT) — The Florida Supreme Court on Thursday backed key elements of the state’s medical marijuana regulatory framework and said it disagreed with lower courts’ findings that a license applicant had shown it was likely to succeed with several constitutional challenges to licensing rules.
In a 6-1 decision, the high court quashed a temporary injunction won by Florigrown LLC, which argued that a 2017 state law establishing a cap on treatment center licenses and a vertical integration requirement conflicted with a 2016 voter-approved medical marijuana amendment. The Tampa-based company also claimed the statute was an illegal “special law” that provided privileges to a limited group of…
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