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Truce & Friends
58 minutes | May 3, 2018
TRUCE & Friends, Episode Two: The Friends will be recapping the events of the Utah State Democrat Convention where Utah Democrats added medical cannabis to their state party platform, as well as other local news items about cannabis. They will also talk about the differences between a recreational cannabis program verses the medical cannabis programs from neighboring states, and the differences that Utah’s conservative ballot initiative will bring to the state. Justin and Drew will describe their experiences of going to a medical cannabis dispensaries from out of state, dispelling some of the myths surrounding what a regulated medical cannabis program looks like, and what one could expect on their first visit to a medical cannabis dispensary. Other topics include the use of fear tactics from the medical cannabis opposition, the importance of registering to vote at vote.utah.gov especially if medical cannabis is an important issue for you, register to vote and make sure you voice is heard. The Friends will also discuss the difference between a therapeutic dose of medical cannabis, verses dosing as needed, and the differences in tolerance levels between patients depending on their condition and titrating the doses. They’ll also discuss the Utah Medical Cannabis Act, and the need in the future for state legislators to work with the patients in the implementation and fine-tuning of Utah’s future medical cannabis program. All this and more on this episode of TRUCE & Friends.
69 minutes | Apr 24, 2018
Truce & Friends: Episode 1 - In the premier episode of Truce & Friends Veterans Advocate Drew Reese joins TRUCE Executive Director Christine Stenquist and TRUCE Board Member Thomas Paskett as they discuss what's happening in Utah with Medical Cannabis. Included in this episode the team will discuss the need for voter registration in Utah, how to get involved and why it’s important to show up. The Friends will also discuss different ways in dealing with prohibitionist legislators and community leaders and how to influence change, especially when dealing with those who use fear to scare voters back into a prohibition mindset.
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