As I've pointed out already, that's pure crap.
These aren't loopholes because the final laws and regulations governing Florida's medical marijuana program have yet to be written. So what should those rules and regulations look like? The "Florida for Care Blue Ribbon Commission" thinks they should look something like this.
• Dispensaries should be at least 1,000 feet from schools, day care centers and drug rehab facilities. (common sense)
• "Personal caregivers," who pick up the pot at the dispensary and deliver it to the patients, cannot be felons unless they are immediate family members or had their rights restored. (this is usually a family member, not a professional)
• Physicians should have previously treated a patient before issuing a certificate that qualifies the patient to use medical marijuana. And every certificate should be followed by an annual exam. (this stops pill mills)
• Physicians should never issue a marijuana card to a minor without parental consent. (already Florida law)There is not one objection to Amendment 2 that can't be solved with common sense rules and regulations, entirely in keeping with the stated goal of providing the compassionate and legal use of medical marijuana to very sick people.