Hoping legalized weed comes to Florida

I absolutely love living in Tampa, Florida. The weather is gorgeous just about year round, with blue skies and plenty of sunshine. There is access to a vibrant waterfront area, diverse cultural scene and all sorts of entertainment and activities. I can get tickets to watch the Tampa Bay Lightning, Buccaneers or the Rays play. All of the local teams are really successful. The Lightning have won the Stanley Cup three times. The Buccaneers won a Super Bowl in 202 and the Rays are consistently one of the top performing teams in the Amercian League. The one thing I am still hoping for is legalized recreational weed to come to Florida. Currently, only medicinal cannabis is legal. Qualifying for a MMJ card requires a recommendation from a licensed healthcare provider, completion of paperwork and a fee. The card is then only valid for a single year. I have not wanted to devote the time or money to getting my card. However, I suffer from a variety of medical issues that negatively impact my quality of life. As a woman in her mid-fifties, my age has created problems with nocturnal leg cramps, hot flashes, migraines and insomnia. I have plantar fasciitis in my feet and psoriasis on my elbows and knees. None of my symptoms are severe enough to risk the long-term and harmful side-effects of synthetic pharmaceuticals. I would like access to safe, plant-based medicines. I find it ridiculous that I can’t walk into a dispensary and buy a cannabis-infused topical. Ointments cause no psychoactive effects. There is no minimum dosing requirements and no risk to my judgement or safety.
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