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(The Center Square) – The Florida Supreme Court has rejected a prospective citizen’s initiative to place a proposed constitutional amendment before voters in 2022 to legalize adult recreational marijuana and allow Floridians to “grow their own.”
(The Center Square) - The Supreme Court ruled 7-2 in favor of upholding the Affordable Care Act in the case California v. Texas, citing a lack of legal standing by Texas and the other plaintiffs. The high court, however, did leave the door open to future challenges.
(The Center Square) – Tampa-based Florigrown filed a lawsuit nearly three years ago challenging the Legislature’s 2017 “vertical integration” law, which it claims only benefits corporations with the resources to be “vertically integrated” and pay $50 million for a license.
(The Center Square) – With lawmakers nationwide endorsing bills that require police officers to be equipped with body cameras to record encounters with the public, a Florida court has ruled the public cannot record encounters with law enforcement unless officers agree.
TALLAHASSEE, Fla., April 30, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- The Florida Supreme Court this month refused to hear an appeal from the ex-wife of international oil executive Todd Kozel, ending a divorce case in which Ashley Kozel had sought an additional $38 million after receiving more than $100 million in her original divorce settlement.
Florida Supreme court rejects ex-wife's appeal, orders her to pay Todd Kozel's attorney fees