BUY WEED FLORIDA
Buy weed Florida;On October 16, 1933, 20-year-old Victor Licata used an axe to murder his parents, two brothers, and a sister while they were asleep. Despite evidence Licata had a pre-existing history of mental illness, police and the press made unattributed claims that he was “addicted” to marijuana. On October 17, 1933, the Tampa Bay Times wrote:BUY WEED FLORIDA
W. D. Bush, city chief detective, said he had made an investigation prior to the crime and learned the slayer had been addicted to smoking marihuana cigarettes for more than six months.
However, a day later the Chief of Tampa Police Department downplayed the role the drug had in the murders, although he pledged himself to the cause of marijuana prohibition:
Maybe the weed only had a small indirect part in the alleged insanity of the youth, but I am declaring now and for all time that the increasing use of this narcotic must stop and will be stopped.” (October 18, 1933) 
An October 20, 1933, editorial on page six of the Tampa Morning Tribune was entitled “Stop This Murderous Smoke”. The editorial writer called for the prohibition of marijuana:
[I]t may or may not be wholly true that the pernicious marijuana cigarette is responsible for the murderous mania of a Tampa young man in exterminating all the members of his family within his reach — but whether or not the poisonous mind-wrecking weed is mainly accountable for the tragedy its sale should not be and should never have been permitted here or elsewhere.
CBD oil (2014)
On 20 March 2014, the Florida House of Representatives Budget Committee passed the “so-called Charlotte’s Web measure (CS/HB 843)” designed to limit prosecutors’ ability to prosecute those in possession of low THC/high CBD marijuana (“0.5 percent or less of tetrahydrocannabinol and more than 15 percent of cannabidiol”) used for treating seizures. The bill took effect 1 July 2014