On March 27, 2020, Gov. Kristi Noem (R) signed House Bill 1008 into law, which legalized industrial hemp and CBD oil in the state. 
(b) DEFINITIONS. For purposes of this section, the following words and terms shall have the following meanings:
The proposed title is as follows: 
As of May 2021, 36 states and Washington, D.C., had passed laws legalizing or decriminalizing medical marijuana. Additionally, 10 states had legalized the use of cannabis oil, or cannabidiol (CBD)—one of the non-psychoactive ingredients found in marijuana—for medical purposes.  In one state—Idaho—medical marijuana was illegal, but the use of a specific brand of FDA-approved CDB, Epidiolex, was legal.  Based on 2019 population estimates, 67.5 percent of Americans lived in a jurisdiction with access to medical marijuana.
The measure would amend Amendment 2 (2016), which legalized medical marijuana in Florida, to redefine “medical use” under the measure to include growing up to nine marijuana plants. The measure would also add a definition for “marijuana plant.” 
South Dakota: In 2019, the South Dakota State Legislature passed a bill amending one section of law by adding Epidiolex to its list of controlled substances. The bill also exempted CBD from the state’s definition of marijuana in that section.  Elsewhere in state law, CBD was not exempted from the definition of marijuana. This discrepancy led to confusion that left the legal status of CBD in the state unclear for a year. 
The requirements to get an initiative certified for the 2022 ballot:
The measure would amend Section 29(b) of Article X of the Florida Constitution. The following underlined text would be added: 
Peaceful Minds for Medical Marijuana is leading the campaign in support of the initiative. 
Nowadays, you have two options when wanting to obtain a license to grow cannabis in Florida, and legal entities – MMTCs – is one route. You can apply for it online. Not only will this authorize you to grow cannabis, but to possess, sell, and transport cannabis products as well. So, if you want to grow in Florida, you can go this route of obtaining your licenses from the Florida Department of Health.
A Little Legal Background – FYI
In 2016, when Florida legalized marijuana, marijuana growing operations were officially stamped as being part of Medical Marijuana Treatment Centers. Thus, to have started growing marijuana in Florida on a large-scale, or any scale, you must have also opened a Medical Marijuana Treatment Center. (MMTC). It’s safe to say that to obtain a license to grow cannabis in Florida comes with a fair share of diligence, honesty and paperwork.
Before Applying for a Permit, Prepare…
Before coming to know how to obtain a license to grow cannabis in Florida, there are certain things you need to know, understand and get in order. The following checklist will help guide you through the process. In the light of preparations to be done in advance to seeking a permit, it will also ensure that you are granted the permit, as opposed to being rejected.