Pot TV News for MAY 6, 2002

WARNING: Contains graphic images of freedom and democracy.

MARIJUANA ADVOCATES ROCK VANCOUVER

Across Canada, marijuana users stand up to be heard.

THOUSANDS MARCH IN S.F. FOR LEGALIZATION
San Francisco speaks out, while waiting for Federal crackdown.

N.Y. NARKS GO UNDERCOVER TO MAKE BUSTS
Despite confessions of N.Y. Mayor that he "smoked pot and enjoyed it," undercover NY City police arrested 148 for simple possession.

U.K. CROWDS DEMAND LEGALIZATION
Thousands of pro-cannabis demonstrators held peaceful marches and outdoor parties, picnics and festivals in cities across Britain at the weekend to campaign for legalisation of the drug.

CANADIAN SENATE WANTS DECRIM
Senate committee has recommended Canada decriminalize marijuana, saying there is no scientific evidence that it leads to harder drugs.

TOKERS’ BOWL REPORT:
Cheers erupted from the crowd, when the captain advised the 200 guests that, "We are safely beyond the reach of law enforcement and cannot be boarded."

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