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An America drowning in red ink is the land of the free no more
Topic - John Morgan
A proposed constitutional amendment to allow the medical use of marijuana will go before Florida voters in November after the state Supreme Court narrowly approved the ballot language Monday.
Republican Gov. Rick Scott said Tuesday he will vote against a proposed constitutional amendment to allow the medical use of marijuana if it makes the 2014 ballot.
Backers of a medical marijuana constitutional amendment in Florida announced Wednesday evening that they have collected enough signatures to make the 2014 ballot.
The zombie apocalypse rages on in another tropical paradise through a sequel to a popular, first-person, survival horror game.
A Florida man arrested at the U.S. Capitol after police found three unregistered guns in his car claimed he was helping to take down Osama bin Laden's terror network and had the guns for protection, according to court documents made available Monday.
Crime does pay. At least John Morgan, a lawyer from Orlando, Fla., is counting on that. He is the owner of the National Museum of Crime and Punishment, a venue opening today on Seventh Street Northwest in Penn Quarter's blossoming cultural district.
Oxford Alderman John Morgan said: "Oxford's an open community, and everyone's welcome here."
"As it is, 60 to 70 percent of the first-time freshman we get straight out of high schools have to have some considerable learning support activity to get them in a place where they can be successful at the college level," said John Morgan, chancellor of the Tennessee Board of Regents, which oversees six state universities, 13 community colleges and 27 colleges of applied technology.