The Pot TV News for October 18, 2002

SPECIAL WOODY HARRELSON COMMENTARY

U.S. THREATENS CANADA WITH TRADE WAR OVER POT
TORONTO ( AP ) American officials caution they may be forced to drastically slow trade across the northern U.S. border if the Canadian government relaxes its marijuana laws.

SAN DIEGO MEDPOT GUIDELINES ANGER DEA
Medical marijuana guidelines that would allow sick people to keep up to 3 pounds of
cannabis and grow up to 72 plants for their own use was approved by a San Diego City Council committee yesterday.

O.C. CASE A TEST FOR MEDICAL MARIJUANA
HIV patient who was growing 12 plants at his hospice, in compliance with Prop 215, was arraigned on felony charges of cultivation and possession.

MEDICAL NY GOVERNOR’S RACE GETS POTTY
Flanked by terminally ill people who told tales of unrelenting pain, Tom Golisano today endorsed the medical use of marijuana, and lashed out at Gov. George E. Pataki for blocking a state program to provide the drug to patients.

WOODY HARRELSON: I’M AN AMERICAN TIRED OF AMERICAN LIES
“I’d honour Kyoto. Join the world court. I’d stop subsidising earth rapers like Monsanto, Dupont and Exxon. I’d shut down the nuclear power plants. So I already have $200bn saved from corporate welfare.”

Join our e-list for automatic show updates.

“Tyranny of the Pinheads”

Comments