More Utah doctors will be able to recommend medical cannabis to qualifying patients, under a new bill being proposed.
The forthcoming legislation will allow physicians to recommend cannabis for up to 15 patients without having to go through hours of specialized training through the state. But if a doctor does, they can help up to 275 patients.
“We want to make the barrier to entry on the part of providers, prescribers, lower,” said Rep. Ray Ward, R-Bountiful, who is co-sponsoring the bill with Senate Majority Leader Evan Vickers.
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