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Ballot Measure: Florida
(Florida Amendment 2)
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This initiative would legalize the use of medical marijuana, which would be regulated by the Florida Department of Health. A "YES" vote supports legalizing medical marijuana. A "NO" vote opposes legalizing medical marijuana. The amendment passes only if 60% or more vote "yes."

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Baker

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Country is Going In...
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Your View of Government
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How Obama is Handling His Job
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Most Important Issue Facing Country Today
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U.S. Military Action Against ISIS Forces
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2010 Federal Health Care Law...
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How Scott Carried Out 2010 Health Care Law
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Most Illegal Immigrants Working in U.S. Should Be:
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Should Same-Sex Marriages Be Legal in Your State?
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Race Relations in U.S. Have...
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Would Jeb Bush Make a Good President?
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Would Marco Rubio Make a Good President?
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More Likely to Vote For in 2016 Pres. Race:
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Opinion of Charlie Crist
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Opinion of Rick Scott
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