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Utah: House Of Representatives Unanimously Pass Resolution Urging Congress to Reschedule Marijuana

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 Utah’s House of Representatives ignite resolution to have cannabis rescheduled.

Seemingly unaware of the duplicitous nature of our federal government and their current patent on marijuana’s cannabinoids, Utah’s politicians have expressed their frustration with the feds holding science captive and have joined hands across the political aisle. Unanimously passing a potentially critical resolution in the hopes of rescheduling marijuana and advancing the plants research.

With yesterday’s undisputed passage of SCR11 in The House, Utah’s legislature are now hoping to cattle prod the moral hucksters within our federal government into doing what’s right … and force the reclassification of cannabis, according to Deseret News.

Thanks to the unjust and hypocritical classification of marijuana as a Schedule 1 narcotic within the Controlled Substance Act, the plant and its miraculous compounds are currently classified as having no medicinal use. Which seems more than a little strange to the angry mob of sick and suffering in the Beehive State? Particularly considering the fact that the United States Department of Health and Human Services claim marijuana’s cannabinoids can treat a host of neurological diseases.

 United States patent on cannabis: Cannabinoids as antioxidants and neuroprotectants

United States patent on cannabis: Cannabinoids as antioxidants and neuroprotectants

Now waiting to see how Gov. Herbert handles this critical resolution, Rep. Brad M. Daw (R-Orem), the sponsor of SCR 11 emphasized the painfully obvious:

“The federal government is way, way behind in realizing that there are some medical possibilities with cannabis.”

“Way, way behind” or unscrupulously responsible for the needless suffering of millions Americans … either way, we’ve been had my friends!

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