Letter: Why is the state forcing legal users of medical marijuana to break the law? – Salt Lake Tribune

So as of Jan. 1, it is no longer an option to cross state lines with a valid Utah medical cannabis card to purchase products from the dispensaries in Colorado or Nevada. As users of these products, we were told this was allowed because of product shortages at the shops in Utah and that there would be stores opening during 2020 to make it easier for folks outside of the Wasatch Front. Well, I talked with a friend in St. George and he is now faced with breaking the law or driving to Provo so he breaks the law and goes to Mesquite. Same thing with someone living in Vernal. For myself, I will do my best to not break the law. I will check the two dispensaries now open in Salt Lake City, and if I can’t get the products I need, I will travel carefully to Wendover or Dinosaur. It is ridiculous that the state didn’t keep things open until they improve the availability of products and open up the promised shops in St. George and Cedar City and Vernal. Kevin M. Sillito, West Valley City Submit a letter to the editor

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