Medical marijuana is not legal in Utah, and may not be anytime soon. But lawmakers took a first step Monday to outline how it would be cultivated, produced and sold if it ever is made legal here.
The Senate Health and Human Services voted 5-0 to approve SB211, and sent it to the full Senate.
“This is a road map leading to medical marijuana,” said Sen. Jim Dabakis, D-Salt Lake City. “We are getting it set up, getting it ready. And all we have to do then is have a quick vote — and we’ll have the legal structure” to accommodate prescription pot.
Source: 420 Intel – United States