The pot TV News for Monday, February 25, 2002

ASYLUM IN CANADA COULD BE SOUGHT IN POT CASE
Hayes’ Vancouver attorney, John Conroy, said any claim for political refugee
status will be based on Hayes’ “well founded fear of persecution by the U.S.
government.”

CNN’S “THE POINT” TRANSCRIPT: DR PHILLIP LEVEQUE
“Is this man a doctor feel good? Or is he willing to go where others will
not in order to relieve pain?”

COUNERPOINT: B.C. JUSTICE
Victoria man gets zero jail time and a hefty refund, after being caught with
35 pounds of marijuana, $150,000, camouflage gear, maps and weapons.

HARRY BROWNE INTERVIEW:
Former two-time presidential candidate Harry Browne discusses medical
marijuana, the drug war and freedom.

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