The amendments were originally approved last week in legislature
Gov. Gary Herbert has added his signature to Utah’s revised medical cannabis law, delivering the final blow to a proposed distribution system that would call on public employees to hand out the substance.
The marijuana amendments, approved last week during a special session of the Utah Legislature, did away with the state-run dispensing system and doubled the number of private cannabis pharmacy licenses. To reach patients in far-flung locations, the bill also allows for home delivery of the substance.
Lawmakers said the emergency fixes were necessary so the state’s cannabis program could ramp up on time and put marijuana treatments on the market in Utah by March 2020.
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