Amendment 2, which sought to broaden the use of medical marijuana in Florida, was rejected by voters on Tuesday.
Amendment 2 needed 60% of the votes to pass in Florida, but it only received 58% of them. The state already allows for a low-potency version of the drug to be used for medical purposes. However, supporters of the amendment claimed that more illnesses needed access to the drug, reports WFTV.
Those that rallied against Amendment 2 and ultimately won the votes on Tuesday said it wasn’t specific enough. These supporters said that the amendment didn’t have strict enough wording. They argued that this would allow medical marijuana to be used for more than its intended purpose, WFTV notes. Read