Pot TV News for September 16, 2002

Pot war heats up while Lockyer fiddles

S.F. VOTERS WANT CITY TO GROW MEDPOT
A San Francisco ballot measure to have the city consider growing and distributing medical marijuana has enormous support, a new poll shows. The idea — on the city’s November ballot as Proposition S — could inspire other cities to do the same.

LEGALIZED POT COULD MEAN CLAMPDOWN
If Canada legalizes marijuana, the United States will be forced to further tighten its borders, U.S. drug czar John Walters said yesterday.

LICENSE TO GROW
Brian Carlisle got a licence to grow and possess marijuana for medical purposes this week, more than a year after he first applied for an exemption – now called a licence.

MOWER WON’T FACE NEW TRIAL
D.A. says, "it would not be cost-effective for the county to retry the 40-year-old Mower, because even if he were convicted, he could be sentenced only to serve the rest of his original probation period, which expires in March."

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