Florida Medical Marijuana's Biggest Opponents and Threats
When Colorado first proposed Amendment 64, the bill that eventually became the law that legalized small amounts of pot for recreational use in that state, SOSFD went hard to the hole, donating loads of money to the opposition and establishing itself as a group that will do what it has to do to eliminate the legalization of weed of any kind.
Back when United for Care was doing its thing to get medical marijuana on the Florida ballot, SOSFD's deputy director, Amy Ronshausen said that "crude marijuana does not meet the standards of modern medicine."
Ronshausen also got on the ERRBODY GON GET WEEEED EVEN THE BABIES bandwagon led by Pam Bondi when she said that "anybody would be able to get [medical marijuana] of any age -- there's not an age restriction on it -- for any condition that their physician wanted to give it to them for."
St. Petersburg residents, the grandparently-named Mel and Betty Sembler, started SOSFD to spread the narrative that medical marijuana is not only unconstitutional, but it also has no benefits. Because old people love the Constitution but hate science and facts.