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Updated: 05/17/2017 08:30:02AM

Local lawmakers speak about pot

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PHOTO BY JEFF ROSLOW

Most of Polk County legislative delegation were on hand for the wrap up breakfast on Thursday, May 11. The only one missing was Sen. Denise Grimsley. From left is Florida Sen. Kelli Stargel, and Florida Reps. Colleen Burton, Neil Combee, Sam Killebrew and Mike La Rosa

PHOTO BY JEFF ROSLOW

Florida Rep. Sam Killebrew talks to the crowd at the Legilsative Delegaton Wrap Up breakfast Thursday. On his left is Rep. Neil Combee and Rep. Mike La Rosa on his right.

PHOTO BY JEFF ROSLOW

Florida Rep. Neil Combee talks Thursday at the Legislative Delegation Wrap Up breakfast. To his right is Rep. Sam Killebrew.

By JEFF ROSLOW

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HAINES CITY – Despite the fact 71 percent of the voters approved a constitutional amendment for medical marijuana the state Legislature failed to come out with a way to implement it and plans a special session to do so.

The feelings of local legislators who gathered in Haines City Thursday for the Legislative Wrap-Up Breakfast, had something to do with the atmosphere of Florida as much as a way to make the law fair.

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