If Florida’s Amendment 2 is approved on November 4, 2014, the initiative  will pre-empt Florida’s “bong ban,” which forbids the sale of pipes used to smoke the plant.

Ben Pollara, campaign manager of United for Care, pointed out that the amendment’s definition of marijuana’s “medical use” includes “related supplies.”

Anything now outlawed as drug paraphernalia, including “metal, wooden, acrylic, glass, stone, plastic, or ceramic pipes,” may be legally sold if used to smoke marijuana to treat a medical condition, Pollara told the Tribune/Scripps Capital Bureau.

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