The Pot TV News for October 2, 2002

DEA Publicly Refuses to Recognize State Medpot Laws

OTTAWA WILL CONSIDER DECRIM
A spokesman for B.C. Marijuana Party president Marc Emery described the Throne Speech reference as “positive,” but noted that the party advocates full-scale legalization as opposed to decriminalization.

NEVADA CONFERENCE EXAMINES MEDPOT
At a symposium held in conjunction with the American Academy of Pain Management’s annual meeting, scientists discussed their latest research and the obstacles they face trying to develop marijuana for medicinal uses.

UK LICENCE GRANTED FOR CANNABIS
A large trial of cannabis-based medicines has produced compelling evidence that they can help to reduce pain, say scientists. GW Pharmaceuticals has been given a licence by the UK government to test a range of cannabis-based prescription medicines.

FEDS REFUSE TO ALLOW MEDICAL MARIJUANA
The dispute over medical marijuana has turned into a war of words, providing yet more proof of a deepening conflict between California and the U.S. Justice Department over medical marijuana.

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