Medical marijuana advocates say pending Utah bills fall short

WASHINGTON TERRACE — During the 2016 legislative session, Utah lawmakers will consider at least two medical marijuana bills. But members of the Drug Policy Project of Utah say neither measure gets the job done.

Turner Bitton, president of the board of directors for the nonprofit group that was founded two years ago, said it now boasts about 4,000 members but only a small percentage pay dues. About 30 people attended “Politics vs. Patients” Thursday,…

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