A ‘chronic’ pain in the butt...
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Well what do you know? Our esteemed Beehive State legislature actually seems to be considering, but not all that seriously at this point, the idea of making medical marijuana legal in Utah — no doubt subject to whatever restrictions that people who know nothing about the subject might dream up.

Even though a medical marijuana program can be abused by prescription shops and people with chronic hangnails, legalizing the medicinal use of marijuana would still be a positive step in general, especially for folks who would actually benefit from its use.

Meanwhile, the wife is already trying to figure out a way to assert an appropriate qualifying medical condition. Right now she’s leaning toward chronic pain in the butt. It seems perfectly legitimate to me, and you can probably guess the source of her torment.

—Steve Russell


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