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    1. Full-strength marijuana would be available to certain terminally ill patients Expansion goes beyond non-euphoric strains now allowed for patients with epilepsy and cancer Provision to expand number of growers from five to 20 was removed … Click to Continue »

    2. After months of being sidelined, a bill to legalize full-strength medical marijuana for terminally ill patients resurfaced in the Florida House Monday with a rewrite that restores the number of eligible growers to five.

    3. TALLAHASSEE — After months of being sidelined, a bill to legalize full-strength medical marijuana for terminally ill patients resurfaced in the Florida House on Monday with a rewrite that restores the number of eligible growers to five.

    4. A proposed $40 million effort to stimulate academic research and development for new industries is about to be folded into legislation that already has powered out of the House of Delegates to create

    5. Of that amount, nearly $6 million will go to the University of Florida, including scientists at the Citrus Research and Education Center in Lake Alfred. Another $2 million will go to the University of Central Florida in Orlando.

    6. WASHINGTON, Jan. 27, 2016 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Today, Congressman Chaka Fattah (PA-02), announced that neuroscience funding he sought to be included in the FY 2016 omnibus bill will receive a significant boost above previous years' levels. The National Science Foundation (NSF)...

    7. Democrats expect they'll be winners in the congressional districts Florida is using for this year's elections, but the state's biggest Democratic county is already a loser. Broward's clout in the nation's capital is taking a hit under the districts, a side effect of reforms making elections for...

    8. Democrats expect they'll be winners in the congressional districts Florida is using for this year's elections, but the state's biggest Democratic county is already a loser. Broward's clout in the nation's capital is taking a hit under the districts, a side effect of reforms making elections for...

    9. The House Republican in charge of writing the Justice Department's budget vowed Monday that this will be the year Congress punishes sanctuary cities, insisting he'll use his powers as chairman to make the Obama administration strip grant money from localities that refuse to cooperate with immigration agents. Rep. John Abney ...

    10. Experts Gathering To Mark National Cancer Prevention Day

      PR Newswire via Yahoo! FinanceFeb 02 05:03 PM

      WASHINGTON, Feb. 2, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Scientists, doctors, legislators, advocates and industry experts will gather at the U.S. Capitol on February 4 to discuss the latest developments in cancer prevention ...

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