The Florida Supreme Court has canceled a December 8th hearing it had scheduled to consider a measure to legalize medical marijuana. The court announced the decision on Friday but is still considering the ballot initiative to determine whether it is misleading. This latest move comes a few days after Attorney General Pam Bondi said she will not ask the court to block the latest medical marijuana amendment. Supporters of medical marijuana in the state must collect more than 683,000 signatures by next February in order to go before voters in 2016. State records show that organizers have already turned in nearly 346,000 valid signatures.
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