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  • Post Time Posted July 06, 2018
A planned study by the government of Utah aimed at looking into cannabis’ effect on pain has been delayed due to the federal government. The study, which was planned to be completed in March, is waiting on approval of the federal government so that the state can get the necessary supplies shipped. 

Because of the delay, the study will not be completed by November, when Utah voters go to the polls and decide on medical marijuana. 

Delays such as theses have lead Senators Orrin Hatch, a republican from Utah, and Kamala Harris, a California democrat, to call on U.S. attorney general Jeff Sessions to stop its roadblock of medical marijuana research. 

Source: https://mjbizdaily.com/us-regulators-delay-utah-study-of-cannabis-effects-on-pain/


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