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TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) -- Medical marijuana supporters are planning to be out in force this weekend.

Those pushing to place a constitutional amendment on the 2014 ballot have planned their second "Day of Action" on Saturday. It's part of an ongoing effort to gather the nearly 700,000 signatures needed to put the amendment before voters.

United for Care plans to set up locations in 14 different cities, including Jacksonville, where volunteers can pick up and drop off petition forms.

RELATED: Medical marijuana campaigners continue to collect signatures

Last week, organizers said they gathered close to 100,000 petitions. But supporters want to get additional signatures since it's likely some of the petitions will be invalid. Petitions must be signed by registered voters.

Jacksonville
Morning pick-up locations:

8am-11am:
All Good Skin Care, S Row
Beach Boulevard Flea Market
11041 Beach Boulevard
Jacksonville, FL 32246
Leader: Jennifer Alligood - (303) 521-2878

8am-11am at:
Standard Feed
1236 Kings Road
Jacksonville, FL 32204
Leader: Robert Davis - (904) 869-9022
Evening drop-off locations:

2pm-3pm at:
Standard Feed
1236 Kings Road
Jacksonville, FL 32204
Leader: Robert Davis - (904) 869-9022

3pm-5pm at:
All Good Skin Care, S Row
Beach Boulevard Flea Market
11041 Beach Boulevard
Jacksonville, FL 32246
Leader: Jennifer Alligood - (303) 521-2878

4pm-6pm at:
Carla's Salon
1705 Emerson Street
Jacksonville, FL 32207
Leader: Carla Horne - (904) 307-9964

"I think it should be legalized I think that someday I may get in a position at my age that I'm going to need it and I don't think it should be illegal, I think if it's properly done through the medical doctor approving it, I think it's good," Rob Davis, owner of Standard Feed in Jacksonville.

RELATED: Medical marijuana question before Supreme Court

One of the issues some politicians have with the amendment are that it would make Florida one of the most lenient medical marijuana states - that was a statement made by attorney general Pam Bondi andPolitiFact.com, a fact checking website says that's mostly true.

The amendment currently spells out what conditions can be used for medical marijuana but it also says 'for other conditions' giving physicians the right to approve medical marijuana for any condition without a state board or other group approval.

In order to make the ballot the state Supreme Court must also approve the language that will go on the ballot.

The deadline to collect the petitions is February 1st.

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