With voters set to hit the ballots in less than two months, and the medical marijuana initiative polling strong, United for Care is taking it strong to the hoop by releasing it's first thirty second ad for the final push. The new ad, titled "It Worked," showcases United for Care's message that Amen ... More >>
The debate for legalizing medical marijuana has been traveling throughout Florida the past few weeks, and now it's making its stop in our neck of the woods. United For Care and Drug Free Florida will be going head-to-head before the public in Broward, in a town hall debate Tuesday morning.
Update: United For Care campaign manager Ben Pollara released a statement on Drug Free Florida's planned TV ads: "It's no surprise Drug Free Florida Committee is making such a large buy so far out from Election Day. When your basic position runs completely counter to public opinion, millions in mis ... More >>
Another poll, another strong showing for medical marijuana. With Floridians hitting the polls in a mere two months, it's looking more and more like the majority favors legalizing marijuana. At least according to every poll that's come out since the initiative was put on the ballot. The recent poll ... More >>
With the vote on medical marijuana a mere four months away, a group chaired by both those who advocate and those who are opposed to medical weed has formed a Blue Ribbon Commission to provide research, expert opinions, and feedback on a wide range of medical marijuana issues. Florida For Care says ... More >>
If polls mean anything at all, Florida is going to be legalizing medical marijuana come next year. In March, a University of North Florida poll said 74 percent of Floridians support and will vote "yes" for Proposition 2 in November, which would legalize the use of medical marijuana. On Monday, Qui ... More >>
Another poll, another strong showing for medical marijuana in Florida. According to a new University of North Florida poll, 74 percent of Floridians say they support and will vote "yes" for Proposition 2 in November, which would legalize the use of medical marijuana. This, along with the recent n ... More >>
As we've reported numerous times here on the Pulp, great white sharks really love swimming in Florida waters. They've been popping up just miles from different beaches along the Florida coast, and have seemed to make our state their top destination around this time of year. Like snowbirds, but w ... More >>
The 1st District Court of Appeal has ruled that Florida universities cannot regulate guns on their respective campuses. The Florida appeals court handed down the ruling on Tuesday, siding with a University of North Florida, and gun rights groups, that universities can't keep their students from sto ... More >>
Gov. Rick Scott is struggling. And the struggle is real. He's not very popular, and he's not well-liked. Things are so bleak that the guy who quit being governor of Florida so he can run for the Senate, and lost, and then changed parties twice, is beating him with the proverbial sock full of penni ... More >>
When it comes to finding amazing cocktails, you're probably not thinking Coral Springs. Not that we have anything against the city, but when it comes to culinary creations the suburbs are mostly like not the first image that comes to mind. And then there's Ian Carrey, General Manager and Partner of ... More >>
Frank Brogan, Bush's man in academia, must defuse the FAU scandals. But where is he?