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  • American Cannabis Report Editorial Staff

Might Not Be the Lowest, But You Can See it from There (a Utah Story)

This article was first published on May 3rd, and we can't look away. The photo get us every time we see it.

Now, brace yourself for the headline in the Salt Lake (Utah) Tribune: "Hired canvassers seek to persuade voters to take their name off Utah’s medical marijuana ballot initiative"

Here's the caption: FILE - In this June 26, 2017, file photo, Davis Cromar, center, holds his son Holden, 10, who suffers from epilepsy, while standing with other patients, caregivers and supporters during the Utah Patients Coalition news conference, in Salt Lake City. Voters in the deep red states of Utah and Oklahoma will have a chance to legalize medical marijuana through ballot initiatives that offer the latest illustration of how quickly the United States is leaving behind taboos about the drug. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer, File)

Look at this photo again. These are our children, our parents, our friends, neighbors, our fellow Americans.

The battle for cannabis legalization could not be more important, especially medicinal cannabis.


image source: Salt Lake Tribune.

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