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  • Post Time Posted July 06, 2018
The government of Utah is now implementing a “right to try” policy for terminally ill patients seeking medical marijuana that was approved earlier this year by the State Legislature. 

Patients with less than six months to live will be allowed to obtain medical-grade cannabis from the Utah Department of Agriculture and Food. The cannabis will most likely be delivered to assist patients who are physically unable to visit Department of Agriculture and Food locations. 

The rules have already gone through an initial phase of public feedback and will be available by October after another round of feedback. 

The current set of rules will allow marijuana in capsules, tablets, concentrated oils, and transdermal patches, without edibles such as gummies being available.
Utah voters will decide on a more inclusive medical marijuana program in November. 

Source: https://news.medicalmarijuanainc.com/ill-patients-utah-marijuana/

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