Based on a recent poll, a significant number of Florida voters second adult-use marijuana legalization and allowing access to medicinal cannabis. While federal lawmakers pursue a regulation that caps marijuana products’ THC potency, the poll also indicates that most of their constituents are against the proposal.
Florida for Care, a cannabis reform panel, commissioned the survey that concluded that 59% of Florida’s voters support recreational cannabis authorization. 58% intend to improve access to medical marijuana. The same 58% are against imposing limits on marijuana THC levels.
The survey also indicated that the jurisdiction’s medical marijuana initiative had garnered a lot of popularity during the past half a decade because 71% of the Voters passed it through the 2016 ballot measure. 76% per cent of the survey participants assert that they support allowing folks to access medicinal marijuana,
Florida Politics initially reported the survey, and much of it concentrated on reforms to implement THC limits. Activists and most Floridians widely oppose that legislation.
One question asked whether the interviewee disagrees or agrees with this statement: Capping THC is an approach by Tallahassee politicians to ignore Floridians’ desire. 61% said that they agree.
Seventy-seven per cent pointed out that they agree that imposing THC caps for medicinal marijuana would include the legislature in a conversation between a physician and patient.
The Florida House Professions & Public Health Subcommittee passed a reform last week that would impose a 10% THC threshold on smokable medicinal marijuana and cap THC content at 60% in other cannabis commodities.
A mere 23% of the recent survey participants asserted that they feel the legislature cares about the wellness of medical cannabis patients, compared to twenty-three per cent who said that they don’t believe that’s true. 40% said that Governor Ron Desantis care about marijuana patients.
Also, 71% asserted that they second, allowing patients to obtain smokable marijuana commodities.