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Talk Back Florida: Medical Marijuana

Missed part of the show? Heres a rewind of the program on March 8, 2014.

Host Lynn Marvin Dingfelder got the latest Congressional District 13 & other Pinellas Co. election information from Pinellas Co. Supervisor of Elections Debra Clark. How many ballots are already in when does early voting end & when & where can you vote if you live in Pinellas County?

At Fridas Bakery in Largo we learned whos winning in the Congressional cookie election between candidates Democrat Alex Sink, Republican David Jolly & Libertarian Lucas Overby. Frida predicts that Alex Sink will win based on the Alex cookies sold and Frida boasts that her cookie elections are never wrong.

The pros & cons of Amendment 2: Medical Marijuana which is on the November ballot was discussed in depth. Callers lit up the phones to talk to Ellen Snelling Chair Hill Co Anti-Drug Alliance whos a partner w/ Save Our Society from Drugs & Ben Pollara, the campaign mgr. for United for Care sharing comments about their fears & experiences with medical marijuana.


The Sportschump, Chris Humpherys, talked about the NFL and medical marijuana as well as other sports topics in the news. You can read more on his website: Sportschump.net

Then we talked to Jeremy Bufford, founder of "Medical Marijuana Tampa" a new school for people who want to learn more on how to build businesses around medical marijuana IF the amendment passes on the November ballot. Jeremy talked about the unique class curriculum, business plan, economic impact and controversy surrounding his school.

Jill Witecki joined us on the show to talk about the Tampa Theatres new Family Favorites Classic Movie Series. Some great movie classics the entire family will enjoy every Sunday afternoon.


Coming up next Saturday (March 15th), we will celebrate St Pattys Day with Tampa Mayor Bob Buckhorn, some local bagpipers and we will learn more about Floridas growing craft beer industry. Whos brewing, where you can find them and how you can brew at home. All that and your calls on Talk Back Florida!

Talk Back Florida airs Saturday afternoons from 3 5 pm on AM 820 News. Also Listen Live on newstalkflorida.com


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