By Ben Winslow
SALT LAKE CITY — With nearly 160,000 signatures gathered from across Utah, it appears medical marijuana will be on the November ballot for voters to decide.
The Utah Patients Coalition, which has been running the campaign to get the issue before voters, told FOX 13 on Monday it has had 120,000 of those signatures verified by county clerks. The Lt. Governor’s Office said Monday it has validated 117,000 of those. That’s still more than the 113,000 needed to qualify for the November ballot.
“This is indeed going to be on the ballot for 2018,” said DJ Schanz with the Utah Patients Coalition.
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