Why can't the opposition to the medical marijuana initiative have comments from all the other states that have passed a similar law? It seems to me to keep pointing to Colorado, where recreational marijuana has passed, defeats the point. We are trying to pass medical, not recreational, usage.
The LDS Church is trying to scare people away from something that can be useful to some people. Why can’t either side get comments and interviews from the other 28 states where medical marijuana is legal?
The opposition makes it sound as if we are making a groundbreaking decision. Show us other states where medical marijuana is legal where the people are abusing it. Without proof concerning all the other states where it is legal, your argument is defeated.
Margaret Holloway, Salt Lake City