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Who is Florida CAN?

The purpose of FL CAN is to generate public support for sensible cannabis policies and to assist in the implementation thereof; to provide a forum for the public to speak out on this issue of national social concern; to educate the public regarding the consequences of cannabis prohibition and to raise funds to promote these civic purposes. Visit the homepage.

ACLU study: SW Florida officials can't explain higher rate of marijuana arrests for blacks

An ACLU analysis found that black people in Southwest Florida are arrested at a higher rate for marijuana possession than their white counterparts. Blacks accounted for 7% of Collier County's population in 2011, but 16% of the county's marijuana possession arrests. [Photo by Ted S. Warren] Read More...

Smoke Shop Owners' Lobbying Takes Teeth Out Of 'Bong Ban' (w/ AUDIO)

One new Florida law that took effect this week outlaws the sale of several kinds of smoking devices, "The law stands that you have to 'knowingly and willfully' sell the pipes for drug use for it to be considered paraphernalia, so it is business as usual. We don't sell our pipes for anything illegal. There is no ban on pipes," Florida Smoke Shop Association founder Jay Work said. [Photo by Jessica Palombo] Read More...

3,500 Cops Who Want All Drugs To

Why would 3,500 police officers organize themselves to end the war on drugs? Read an interview with Police Captain Peter Christ (retired) co-founder of Law Enforcement Against Prohibition. [Photo by Roc Morin] Read More...

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