The Pot TV News for June 5, 2002

COURT RECORDS PROVE DEA TARGETING CLUBS

MARIJUANA GOES MAINSTREAM
Marijuana is in the mainstream news everywhere, even in the Washington Post, Maxim and Esquire. Has cannabis finally become politically correct?

THE REAL DOPE
The Washington Post debunks the "today’s pot is stronger" argument, exposing the narks and their lies.

THE POLLSTER WHO ANSWERED A HIGHER CALLING
The Washington Post reports on Pollster John Zogby teaming up with Rob Kampia of the Marijuana Policy Project to find out what Americans really think about legalizing "the five-leafed devil weed."

EVERYBODY’S DOING IT
The Orlando Weekly reports that legalization advocates think the best way to fight back is to erase marijuana’s negative stereotypes. "More and more prominent Americans are saying, I’m not going to act like I did anything wrong."

FED RECORDS SHOW FOCUS ON POT CLUBS
Unsealed court documents reveal months of observation at marijuana club.

DEA — CEASE AND DESIST!
Steph Sherr, Executive Director of Americans for Safe Access gives Pot TV News an exclusive briefing prior to DEA-Day. Over 600 people have already taken "The Pledge of Resistance." raising political costs for the narks’ attacks on medical cannabis .

US AUTHORIZES CANNABIS EXTRACT PRODUCTION
Science correspondant Dr. Robert Melamede reports on breaking news about an American company that will produce cannabis extracts from plants.

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“Tyranny of the Pinheads”

An upside down flag is the international signal for “ship in distress”. We haven’t burned, altered, or desecrated the American flag in any way, we’re just calling attention to the terrible distress created by failed U.S. drug policies.

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