SALT LAKE CITY — New campaign finance disclosures show some big contributions to campaigns to defeat Proposition 2, the medical marijuana ballot initiative. Reports recently filed with the Utah Lt. Governor’s Office show wealthy Utah developer Kem Gardner cut a $100,000 check to Drug Safe Utah. So did Colony Partners, which is run by Walter Plumb III, a leading opponent of Prop. 2. With a few other donations, it gives Drug Safe Utah $230,000 in contributions over the past few months. Big contributions coming in, but so far it’s to defeat medical marijuana in Utah

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