Cannabis Execs, Advocates Delighted With Florida’s Supreme Court Ruling To Allow Legalization Amendment On … – Benzinga


Monday’s Florida Supreme Court decision approving a cannabis amendment to allow Florida residents to vote on legalizing adult-use marijuana in the November 2024 election elicited optimistic responses in the cannabis community.

Starting with Kim Rivers, CEO of Trulieve Cannabis Corp TCNNF, the largest marijuana company in Florida — which donated a tidy sum of at least $40 million toward the cause — sounded quite pleased in an email to Benzinga.

“We are thankful that the Court has correctly ruled the ballot initiative and summary language meet the standards for single subject and clarity. We look forward to supporting this campaign as it heads to the ballot this November,” said Rivers, who by is a featured speaker at the upcoming Benzinga Cannabis Capital Conference in Florida on April 16-17.

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Rivers was even more exuberant in a Tweet on X.

George Archos, CEO and founder of Verano Holdings Corp. VRNOF, a multistate cannabis company with at least 74 dispensaries in Florida (and nearly 140 around the country), also got in touch.  

“We applaud the Florida Supreme Court’s decision confirming the Adult Personal Use of Marijuana initiative will be on the ballot this November, cementing Floridians’ democratic right

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