Florida’s ballot initiative to legalize adult-use cannabis reached the state Supreme Court. Attorney General Ashley Moody (R) formally submitted the initiative to the court announcing her opposition to the proposal and her plan to argue that the proposal fails to fulfill all the legal requirements, reported CBS News.

The news comes shortly after Trulieve Cannabis (TCNNF), one of the campaign’s biggest financiers, announced that the Smart & Safe Florida campaign has collected enough signatures to qualify the initiative for the state's 2024 ballot. Thus far, Trulieve has poured in a minimum of $30 million into the campaign, of which more than $19 million was spent on petition collection and verification expenses.

For the petition to obtain a needed Supreme Court review, it needs to have a minimum of 222,881 signatures, something Safe & Smart Florida far surpassed. According …

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