ST. GEORGE, Utah – Sponsors of the medical cannabis campaign initiative announced that they were planning to file a lawsuit against their opponents who were to bring forward scams over efforts to get people to remove signatures from the citizens' initiative petition
In a letter The lawyer for the Utah Patient Coalition threatened to file a lawsuit against the Utah Medical Association, the Utah Eagle Forum, the Drug Enforcement Administration, and the US Food and Drug Administration. Englisch: www.comece.org/comece.taf?_function…&language=en Their Foundations Drug Safe Utah
Their attempts to mislead voters who have signed the petition Englisch: eur-lex.europa.eu/LexUriServ/LexUri…1
The legal threat is based on videos made earlier this week that make false claims To persuade St. George voters to remove their signature from the medical marijuana electoral initiative The Utah Medical Association has questioned whether those involved are actually working for them, but acknowledged that those received from the Utah Patients Coalition Papers considered some of the tactics inappropriate and dismissed.
Drug Safe Utah has set up a third-party company, Grassroots, to persuade people to remove their signatures from the initiative's petition, and opponents of an initiative have time until May 15 to undercut the signature threshold in order to vote for election in November he qualify.
The Washington County Clerk office told FOX 13 on Friday that so far, 329 applications for medical marijuana election have been filed and 190 for Count My Vote, the direct primary initiative.
Lt. Governor Spencer Cox will have until June 1 to review the deportation petitions and then approve or reject the initiatives for the November election.
Read the letter here: