The Pot TV News for Friday, March 15, 2002

LEGALISING CANNABIS ‘WILL SAVE MONEY’
Plans to relax the cannabis laws could save police 38 million pounds a year
and vastly improve police and community relations, says an independent
report.

KAUAI POLICE PUSHING METH OVER POT
Despite widespread methamphetamine use in Hawaii, police continue to focus
on pot growers and ignore ice epidemic — cheerfully reported by dimwitted
media.

WISCONSIN TURN AGAINST VOTERS ON POT
Lawmakers dump a Med MJ bill despite a poll showing 80% support.

STATE OF WASHINGTON VS. BRUCE JAY BUCKNER
Mr. Buckner has presented the state with three medical authorizations when
only one is required by their statute. yet they seized his car, seized his
life’s savings, seized his medication and continued with his prosecution.

BOOKS ON DRUGS NOW ILLEGAL IN NEW ZEALAND?
A report on New Zealand officials seizing books that “promote or encourage
criminal acts and acts of terrorism”

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