The Southeast Cannabis Conference & Expo will review, examine and analyze thoroughly over a two day weekend with industry experts from across Florida the ramifications of this historic legislative session! Be the first to know! While others will be reading headlines next Saturday we will be making history!
The early bird gets the worm! June 10-11 will be the largest gathering of industry professionals ever and there could be no more appropriate day! Come join us at the Fort Lauderdale convention center as we discuss what happens next? Click here to reserve your ticketGov. Rick Scott and legislative leaders have struck a deal on a three-day special session of the Legislature, tentatively set for June 7-9 in Tallahassee. The session will include proposed legislation dealing with public education, Enterprise Florida, VISIT Florida and medical marijuana, according to a Capitol source. The surprise announcement comes as Scott is preparing his veto message on the new $83 billion state budget.
Southeast Cannabis Conference and Expo June 10 and 11th will host the post special sessions wrap up and will have all of the latest updates, click here to reserve your tickets.
A special session would legislators to implement a constitutional amendment passed by 71 percent of voters in November. It would also give them a chance to rewrite sections of the state budget if needed or override Gov. Rick Scott’s impending vetoes.
“Regardless of what the governor does on the budget, we will come back for medical marijuana and we will address any budget vetoes then if we need to,” said Sen. Bill Galvano, R-Bradenton, one of the lawmakers involved in backroom negotiations on medical marijuana during the final days of session.