Proposition 2 does not eliminate or change Utah's existing cannabis-related law but adds to it in two main ways. First, the Proposition adds a parallel path for cannabis production and distribution by authorizing the establishment of private facilities that grow, process, test, and sell medical cannabis. Second, the Proposition establishes a parallel process for people to receive approval to use medical cannabis, expanding the group of people eligible to use medical cannabis.
Shall a law be enacted to:
*establish a state-controlled process that allows persons with certain illnesses to acquire and use medical cannabis and, in certain limited circumstances, to grow up to six cannabis plants for personal medical use;
*authorize the establishment of facilities that grow, process, test, or sell medical cannabis and require those facilities to be licensed by the state; and
*establish state controls on those licensed facilities, including:
*electronic systems that track cannabis inventory and purchases; and
*requirements and limitations on the packaging and advertising of cannabis and on the types of products allowed?
Yes ( ) No ( )