Two dozen other states have already legalized medical marijuana. The clear support for Amendment 2 could make Orlando trial lawyer John Morgan one of Florida’s biggest election winners. He and his law firm have spent more than $6.5 million on the effort to legalize marijuana in Florida over the past two years. Tuesday’s victory came after voters narrowly rejected a similar effort in 2014, but the politics — and presence — of pot in Florida have changed dramatically since then. “It’s a gigantic victory because hundreds and hundreds of thousands of sick and suffering Floridians will be able to see the benefit of this law very, very soon,” Ben Pollara, campaign manager of the political committee supporting the amendment, said in a telephone interview shortly after the polls closed Tuesday night. The constitutional change legalizes marijuana as a treatment option for patients with conditions including post-traumatic stress disorder, cancer, glaucoma, HIV, AIDS, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), Crohn’s disease, Parkinson’s disease and multiple sclerosis. Florida is home to an estimated 500,000 patients who would be eligible for the treatment, making it the second-largest market in the country. The expansion will be a lucrative boost for businesses already growing, processing and distributing cannabis in Florida and will almost certainly spur even more competition for highly sought-after dispensing organization licenses, now limited to a handful of businesses chosen by state health officials last year. Opponents of the measure immediately said they would take their fight to the Legislature, which is responsible for implementing the amendment.
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