Constantly Stoned rabbits in Utah? [AUDIO]

Constantly Stoned rabbits in Utah? [AUDIO], Perpetually stoned rabbits could be a serious consequence for Utah if the use of medical marijuana is legalized in the state, U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration agent Matt Fairbanks warned.

Fairbanks, an agent with the Drug Enforcement Administration's "marijuana eradication" team in Utah, testified to a state Senate panel last week, saying rabbits might get addicted to pot, lose their natural instincts and lay around getting high all the time if a bill passes that would allow medical marijuana edibles in the state.

"I come to represent the actual science, and I come with severe concerns," Fairbanks told the panel. "My concern is regarding the language of growing marijuana, how quickly any type of cash crop can get out of hand. There's no language about cost for enforcement, which would exist regarding protection for the environment."

Fairbanks' rabbit testimony was not enough to keep the bill from being approved by the panel. It will be debated next week by the full State Senate.