Utah’s Medical Marijuana Law in limbo until fully implemented in March 2020

ST. GEORGE, Utah – 1/17/19 – The rules of Utah’s newly passed Medical Cannabis Act are still unclear to those who may be wanting to apply for a medical cannabis card.
That’s because there is more than an entire year before the new act will become fully implemented by the Utah State Health Department.
In a third special session of the Utah Legislature, lawmakers revised the Utah Medical Cannabis Act, which was originally passed by a majority of voters as Proposition 2 in November 2018. While the new changes are meant to clarify the rules of the new law, there are still many unanswered questions during the transition period.

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