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Tell me about the rabbits. Oh wait, I'm a rabbit. Cool. (stock photo)

Utah may pass a bill to legalize medical marijuana for certain medical conditions. Of course, in a state where many of the residents are teetotal for religious reasons, this is bound to be controversial. Most of the anti-cannabis arguments are the same ones as always: that it corrupts the youth, that it's a gateway drug, and that growing it is bad for the environment. But Matt Fairbanks, a special agent with the Drug Enforcement Administration, and a member of the state's "marijuana eradication team," brought up a new concern at a Utah Senate panel.

Sources: The Washington Post