Frequently Asked Questions on Florida’s Marriage Amendment By Attorney John Stemberger
Floridians, along with other Americans have spoken through the results of the 2014 mid-term election. By voting overwhelmingly for conservative candidates who value life, traditional marriage and religious liberty more than their liberal counterparts, they basically sent the message that, "We reject the extreme policy agenda of Barack Obama and the direction he is leading this country."
Why I am for medical marijuana but against Amendment 2, Orlando Lawyer John Morgan's deceptive campaign to legalize pot smoking across Florida
This past year has been a real learning curve on the whole topic of medical marijuana. Thanks to a good friend of mine, who is a respected physician, I learned there really are some valid and legitimate medical uses for marijuana.
Florida Family Policy Council President, John Stemberger, released the following statement in response to the Supreme Court's refusal to accept appeals in marriage cases involving only the five states of Indiana, Oklahoma, Utah, Virginia and Wisconsin: