State officials say the exorbitant rates are due to a strict cap on the number of authorized grow ops.
Cannabis activists say that Church of Latter Day Saints (LDS) has too much lobbying power in the state.
Medical marijuana advocates are ratcheting up their case against Utah lawmakers.
Intermountain Healthcare is stepping up to help would-be medical marijuana patients in Utah.
The People's Right, a newly formed Political Issues Committee, says the legislative gutting of voter-approved Prop 2. is an assault on democracy.
Will lawmakers overwrite Utah's brand new medical marijuana laws?
Medical marijuana was legalized in Utah. So why are advocates suing the LDS church?
It's not the end of the story yet.
Just ahead of his state voting on medical marijuana, State Senator Jim Dabakis of Utah decided to try it out.
A proposed legislative compromise seems to be dulling support for Prop 2 in Utah.