Natalie Fertig

federal cannabis policy reporter for POLITICO Pro

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Legal cannabis is becoming the norm in the U.S. Most states have passed some type of legal medical or recreational cannabis laws.

Medical cannabis became legal in Utah with the blessing of Latter Day Saints

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