The Pot TV News for October 11, 2002

FEATURING DR. ROBERT MELAMEDE

MEDICAL MARIJUANA USERS SUE FEDERAL OFFICIALS
Two medical marijuana users filed suit Wednesday against federal authorities in an effort to try to stop government raids on pot used by sick patients.

FIRST CLINICAL POT TRIAL TO USE U.S. STASH
The United States National Institute on Drug Abuse has agreed to supply the drug for a Toronto-based trial, even though the US drug czar disapproves of the program. Meanwhile, about 200 kilograms of cannabis grown with Ottawa’s sanction in an abandoned Manitoba mine sits in storage and will not be used on patients, Health Canada says.

UTAH JUDGE HEARS ARGUMENTS IN PERON MARIJUANA CASE
Dennis Peron, Kasey Conder, 20; and John Entwistle, 38, appeared in a Utah court to demand their case be dismissed.

CHIEF DOESN’T WANT THEM RAIDING POT CLUBS
Lansdowne said his four officers and one sergeant have better things to do – – such as tackle the methamphetamine epidemic — than harass local pot clubs, which are operating within state law.

DR.ROBERT MELAMEDE: HOW CANNABIS PLAYS A CENTRAL ROLE IN HUMAN BIOLOGY
Don’t miss this extraordinary lecture, by a top research scientist, on how cannabinoid receptors are central to managing most functions of our bodies.

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