ore than a thousand people were expected to march from City Creek Park to the Utah State Capitol Friday, but bad weather kept many with medical issues from attending.
The Latest on two plans in Utah’s Legislature that would allow people with certain medical conditions to use marijuana (all times local):
Single mom Sarah Ellett knows she’s breaking the law every day when she gives her chronically ill daughter Remie, 3, two tiny drops of cannabis oil.
Leaders of a Native American church have sued the U.S. Postal Service in federal court after the government seized marijuana that church leaders say was intended for religious use by a member in Ohio.
A bill that advocates claim would allow so-called “whole plant” medical cannabis usage has finally been unveiled in the Utah State Legislature.
The Utah State Legislature will consider two separate medical marijuana bills when it meets next year.
Gov. Gary Herbert said Thursday that he would be open to legalizing marijuana for medical purposes, provided the science shows it can benefit patients and tight regulations can be put in place to control distribution.
This Mormon mother, Tenille Farr, was diagnosed with state-2 Hodgkin’s Lymphoma when she was pregnant with her fifth child, Gabe.
Utah's Republican-controlled Senate rejected a bill Monday night allowing those with chronic and debilitating diseases to consume edible medical marijuana products.
DEA agent tells state senate of ‘rabbits that had cultivated a taste for marijuana’ and warns of problems of pesticides, deforestation and erosion