“Having tried multiple times to persuade the legislature to help these people and facing significant resistance, we think it’s best now to give the public a chance to decide for themselves,” said Connor Boyack, who is acting as a consultant for the ballot initiative.
Boyack has previously advocated for medical marijuana in his role as the president of Libertas Institute, a Libertarian think tank.
According to polling, supporters of the measure come from all wings of Utah’s electorate, from liberal to conservative to libertarian, etc., from all age groups, religions, etc.
Many more details in the article. We certainly hope the article is accurate and that the official process of opening this matter up to the state’s voters will at last be underway within weeks!
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