Utah's Prop 2 is fast becoming a struggle between supporters of medical marijuana and the Mormon church.
The Mormon Church has officially voiced its opinion on Utah's medical marijuana bill.
A lawsuit against Utah's Prop. 2 says it would force members of the Mormon Church to violate their religious beliefs.
The short answer is, as you might have guessed, no.
A pro-medical marijuana group in Oklahoma is using good old-fashioned biblical interpretation to sway voters.
New data on moral attitudes toward cannabis use reflect the national trend toward legalizing the drug.
These weed-growing nuns have been growing weed for the purpose of healing.
A ballot measure is in sight. And now, Mormon leaders make a statement about medical marijuana in Utah.
Now that a religious group gets license to grow hemp for spiritual use, it could open the door for other groups to do the same.
The woman busted after using a bible to smuggle weed into jail definitely didn't think this one through.