The Pot TV News for Monday, July 22, 2002

Featuring Pat McCartney and Steph Sherer

HIGH COURT FIXES LUNGREN’S FRAUD
Learn how a tragic blunder by the campaign manager for Prop. 215 and fraudulent actions by former A.G. Dan Lungren, resulted in a disastrous interpretation of medical marijuana law that took six years and a Supreme Court decision to fix.

US CANNABIS REFUGEES CROSS BORDER
The U.K. Guardian and WorldNetDaily report on Americans seeking political asylum in Canada, due to persecution by their own government because of their use of medicinal marijuana.

PROSECUTORS DELAY BC SUPREME COURT APPEAL
The writ says "the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act fails to adequately exempt persons from criminal liability who possess or produce marijuana for personal medical use."

LAX MARIJUANA LAWS BAFFLE TOURISTS
National Post consults with BCMP Bookstore’s Scott Hearty on marijuana laws.

A HIGHER IMMORALITY
ABC News reports the Presbyterian Church (USA), the Unitarian Universalist Association of Congregations, and the Progressive Jewish Alliance are among the groups that are now opposing the drug war.

INTERVIEW WITH STEPH SHERER
The executive director of Americans for Safe Access wants California Attorney General Bill Lockyer to start doing his job and protecting sick people.

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