The Pot TV News for Monday, July 8, 2002

Richard Cowan update on Colin Davies and Philippe Lucas

B.C. SUPREME COURT GRANTS HISTORIC JUDICIAL STAY FOR MEDICAL CANNABIS
Terminally ill Wes Winchester says he’s happy he was able to walk out of a B.C. Supreme Courthouse a free man, thanks to a new decision by the high court supporting medical use of cannabis.

EASE POT LAW, CHIEF BOB SAYS
Edmonton’s top cop says decriminalizing personal-use pot possession – with a few provisos -might be a better drug deal for everyone.

ONTARIO GROW OPS GOBBLING $500 MILLION
Police whine about a “growing plague of electricity-gobbling illegal marijuana growhouses costing Ontario’s hydro utilities upwards of $500 million a year.” However, Ontario grow ops are also generating a whopping $4,000 million in revenue, most of which goes to families.

PHILLIPE LUCAS VICTORY
Judge grants absolute discharge and praised Lucas for providing cannabis to sick people.

RICHARD COWAN SPECIAL REPORT
Colin Davies illegally arrested again, Phillipe Lucas victory and what it means for others.

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