Ballot Initiative coverage and signing opportunity in St. George…

“The Utah Patients Coalition has scheduled a petition drive from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday [September 9th] at the Hilton Garden Inn, 1731 S. Convention Center Drive, St. George.

For many supporters, legalizing marijuana isn’t about having the chance to get high, Dave Cromar, Utah Patients Coalition volunteer, said, but about healing their bodies to be able to live a functional life.

‘I don’t know one person who uses cannabis for medical purposes who is looking to get high,’ Cromar said. ‘They’re looking to just have a life, for clarity and for the ability to function like a normal person.’

Cromar has a 10-year-old son who suffers from severe epileptic seizures and after dozens of failed attempts to find medication, he said, he finally surrendered and placed his son on the cannabis oil. The boy’s life improved immediately.

‘We had no life. Our son had no quality of life before we found the cannabis oil,’ Cromar said. ‘Our son (was) unresponsive before, sleeping all day. He was unemotional and very much in a zombie state. But that all changed – all of it – when we got him off all those medications and started using the oil.’

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