A new study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association found that Florida is still a state that still has some of the strictest marijuana laws in the country.
The study, which looked at marijuana laws passed between 2000 and 2012, found that most of the laws in Florida, even those with minimal consequences, remain on the books.
The study also found that marijuana laws remain largely unchanged in the other 19 states that have legalized marijuana for recreational use.
“While there is some progress being made on the policy front, it is still unclear what to expect for the rest of the decade,” the researchers wrote in their paper.
The researchers also found some “unintended consequences” of the current laws.
The researchers studied marijuana laws enacted in Florida between 2000 to 2012.
It found that the state has a strict marijuana law that is not only outdated but also largely unenforceable.
“Florida remains the only state in the nation that does not have an outright ban on possession of less than one ounce of marijuana,” the study said.
“In contrast, the rest or any other state has blanket prohibitions on marijuana possession, with some exceptions.
In addition, Florida law enforcement continues to be hampered by an antiquated, inconsistent and ineffective law enforcement strategy.”
In the study, researchers examined data on all 50 states in the United States and their cannabis laws between 2000, when Florida became the first state to legalize marijuana for medical use, and 2012.
The authors did not look at the states’ marijuana laws at the time they passed, but they found that some of those states were still enforcing marijuana laws.
“In some states, there are laws that remain on statute, yet are no longer enforced,” the authors wrote.
This may be a good thing, they added.
The federal government is also trying to change marijuana laws and they don’t want to be a poster child for the failure of these policies.
A few states have been trying to get around the problem.
Washington state, for example, is moving to make it illegal to sell more than one marijuana product in the state.
The move was recently struck down in federal court.
Meanwhile, Oregon has passed a law allowing businesses to grow their own marijuana for personal use.
Colorado is considering similar legislation, but the bill is not expected to become law until 2019.