Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis signed legislation allowing dispensaries to sell dried marijuana flower to be smoked, and lawyers say there won’t be much work for marijuana companies and dispensaries until rules on how it can be sold are formalized.

Before Monday, patients who had the recommendation of a doctor, could only take medical cannabis in the form of a pill or liquid for vaping. Dispensaries in Florida had been selling cannabis that can be smoked; however, it was in the form of a liquid that could only be used in vaping devices.

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