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Florida Supreme Court justices stir controversy

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Three Florida Supreme Court justices have been drawing some controversy recently after having suspended oral argument on a case in order to fill out paperwork for their retention election campaigns. Florida’s 89.1, WUFT-FM’s Chip Skambis reports on what exactly caused the delay, and why some are calling for an investigation into the matter.

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Robert Wallace, owner of Chestnut Hill Tree Farm spoke to members of the Senate Regulated Industries Committee Wednesday confirming the nursery's ability to meet a February 7 deadline to apply for cultivation authorization. Photo courtesy of Creative Commons Flickr.

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Robert Wallace, owner of Chestnut Hill Tree Farm and one of five nurseries licensed to produce and dispense medical marijuana in Florida, told the Florida Senate Regulated Industries Committee Wednesday that he is working with UF scientists and is on track to meet the cultivation application deadline of February 7.