From: Graydon Jordan
To: Aaron Osmond, Allen Christensen, Angela Romero, Becky Edwards, Brad Dee, Brad Last, Brad Wilson, Brian Greene, Brian King, Brian Shiozawa, Carol Moss, Craig Hall, Curt Bramble, Curt Webb, Curtis Oda, Dana Layton, Daniel McCay, Daniel Thatcher, David Hinkins, David Lifferth, Dean Sanpei, Deidre Henderson, Derek Brown, Dixon Pitcher, Don Ipson, Doug Sagers, Earl Tanner, Edward Redd, Eric Hutchings, Evan Vickers, Francis Gibson, Gage Froerer, Gene Davis, Greg Hughes, Howard Stephenson, Jack Draxler, Jacob Anderegg, Janice Fisher, Jennifer M. Seelig, Jeremy Peterson, Jerry Anderson, Jerry Stevenson, Jim Bird, Jim Dabakis, Jim Dunnigan, Jim Nielson, Joel Briscoe, John G. Mathis, John Knotwell, John Valentine, John Westwood, Johnny Anderson, Jon Stanard, Karen Mayne, Kay Christofferson, Kay Mciff, Keith Grover, Ken Ivory, Keven John Stratton, Kevin Van Tassell, Kraig Powell, Larry Wiley, LaVar Christensen, Lee Perry, Lowry Snow, Luz Robles, Lyle Hillyard, Lynn Hemingway, Marc Roberts, Margaret Dayton, Marie Poulson, Mark A. Wheatley, Mark Madsen, Melvin Brown, Merrill Nelson, Michael Mckell, Mike Kennedy, mnoel, Pat Jones, Patrice Arent, Paul Ray, Peter Knudson, Ralph Okerlund, Rebecca Houck, Rebecca Lockhart, Richard Cunningham, Richard Greenwood, Roger Barrus, Ronda Menlove, Ryan Wilcox, Scott Jenkins, Spencer Cox, Steve Eliason, Steve Handy, Steve Urquhart, Stewart Barlow, Stuart Adams, Stuart Reid, Susan Duckworth, Tim Cosgrove, Todd Weiler, Val Peterson, Wayne Harper, Wayne Niederhauser,
Subject: HB105
Date: Thu Feb 27 15:47:10 MST 2014
Hello Utah Lawmakers

I am writing to ask that you do NOT support Representative Froerer's  HB105 as it does not provide enough support for all cannabis patients.

The entire cannabis plant is beneficial, as it provides necessary medicine for all sorts of patients, not just epileptics.

The potential benefits of industrial hemp and the revenue that could be made from the legalization of recreational cannabis can virtually save the economy in Utah.

No family should have to uproot itself to treat a person with a natural medicine.

Please consider creating a bill for the next session which will address both the issue of legalization of all aspects of cannabis and the fact that THC is often a necessary component of cannabis treatment.

A CBD only bill is not sufficient for all patients who currently use or could benefit from cannabis.

Thank you for your time and consideration

Gradi Jordan