Orlando lawyer John “For the People” Morgan and Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd squared off Thursday in an Amendment 2 forum that drew both jeers and cheers from the standing room only crowd at the Harrison School for the Performing Arts. The high-visibility duo led a six-member panel to discuss the constitutional amendment that would legalize medical marijuana in Florida if passed. Also on the panel were Lakeland physician Dr. Sergio Seoane; Irvin Rosenfeld, whose long-term use of marijuana is sanctioned and provided by the federal government; Bradenton drug abuse counselor Dr. Jessica Spencer; and Winter Haven psychologist Dr. Jeffrey Reddout.
But the stars of the show were Morgan and Judd.
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