A proponent of Utah's newly passed medical marijuana initiative who's helping draft legislation state lawmakers will consider in its place offered them "political cover" to get the measure passed.
"If your social media feeds are anything like mine, I'm being called all sorts of names right now for talking to you, doing this," Connor Boyack, president of Libertas Institute, told House Republicans on Wednesday. "I imagine you guys are getting plenty of emails saying, 'Don't touch Prop. 2.'"
Connor Boyack joins Rod today at 5:05 to discuss the Prop 2 Compromise Debate
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