Florida receives enough verified signatures to put medical marijuana on the ballot. Bloomberg's Phil Mattingly reports on a Florida court ruling that medical marijuana can be included on the state's ballot in November.
Florida's first cannabis college, named Medical Marijuana Tampa, is set to start classes Tuesday, the New Times reports.
The school is at the old cigar factory in west Tampa and offers a four-week course for interested students. The cost is $499 and that includes the e-textbook, videos and articles, according to the college's website.
Items on the syllabus include the history of cannabis, types of cannabis and its growth stages, making bubble hash and edibles, and building the grower network.
Jeremy Bufford, the college's proprietor, told the New Times that he does eventually plan to expand and if the medical marijuana amendment is approved, he'll be ready.
Anyone who wants more information about enrolling in the class or working for the college can email firstname.lastname@example.org, call 888-510-5524 or visit Medicalmarijuanatampa.org.
Click here to read Bufford's full interview with the New Times.