• The House and Senate work on slightly different measures to implement the medical marijuana Constitutional Amendment approved by voters.
  • The full House formally acknowledged injustices to the “Groveland Four” – four African-American men wrongfully convicted of raping a white woman in 1949.
  • Lawmakers, staff and the public enjoy Law Enforcement and Correctional Officer Appreciation Day and Keys Day at the Capitol.

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