Medical Cannabis Bill Loses To Lawmakers Of Utah By One Point

ecigFive of the six senators who spoke against the bill said they want medical marijuana eventually.

Christine Stenquist of Kaysville, who said she suffered from fibromyalgia and a brain tumor before getting relief with medical marijuana in Oregon, told Farr, “It’s OK. We’ll get a referendum.” “A no vote doesn’t mean you aren’t intrigued with the idea, because many of us are, me included,” said Sen. Evan Vickers, R-Cedar City.

“I just wish people would take time to educate themselves,” said Tenille Farr of Spanish Fork, holding her infant, Gabe, who was born a few months after she learned she had Hodgkin lymphoma.

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