Utah lawmakers have overwhelmingly approved a bill to replace the medical marijuana voter initiative. The compromise passed the Republican-controlled House and Senate easily, though not without objection from Democrats like state Senator Jim Dabakis. Governor Herbert signed the bill late yesterday afternoon, allowing it to go into effect immediately. The compromise establishes a medical process for approving patient access to marijuana, which will be dispensed at licensed pharmacies. It also drops some controversial sections of Proposition Two, such as a provision that would allow medical marijuana patients to grow their own pot. Supporters of the original ballot measure say they may file a lawsuit challenging the new law.