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Florida Supreme Court rules against Tampa medical marijuana company

The Florida Supreme Court ruled Thursday the state’s procedure and requirements for licensing medical marijuana businesses likely do not violate the state constitution, overturning two lower court rulings. Tampa-based medical marijuana company Florigrown sued the state over its 2017 law that established licensing requirements for Medical Marijuana Treatment Centers (MMTCs), arguing they were unconstitutional and arbitrary, allowing the state to select winners and losers rather than leaving the industry’s outcome to market forces.

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