New Bill Seeks to Modify Utah’s Medical Cannabis Law, But the Legislature May Not Hear It
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New Bill Seeks to Modify Utah’s Medical Cannabis Law, But the Legislature May Not Hear It

The bill would raise the patient caps for physicians who wish to recommend marijuana.

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February 11, 2019
FOX13 (Salt Lake City)

SALT LAKE CITY -- A bill being introduced in the Utah State Legislature seeks to modify a landmark bill that replaced voter-approved Proposition 2, the medical cannabis ballot initiative.

Rep. Jennifer Dailey-Provost, D-Salt Lake City, told FOX 13 she intends to introduce a bill that would tweak the types of product qualifying medical cannabis patients can use, as well as raise the patient caps for physicians who wish to recommend it.

"My constituents believe... that Prop. 2 was a good law and they don’t necessarily think HB3001 was a bad law, but they recognize it can be better," she said.

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