The Pot TV News for October 23, 2002

MARC EMERY ON MAYOR’S RACE AND HIS NEW IBOGAINE CLINIC

WE’RE NOT IN POT BIZ, OTTAWA INSISTS
Ottawa does not want to become the nation’s pot pusher, federal lawyers argued yesterday in Ontario Superior Court. The federal government had a chance to present its side of an application by medical marijuana users that would force the federal government to supply them with pot.

MARIJUANA QUESTIONS ON FOUR BALLOTS
Nevada isn’t the only state voting on marijuana. Arizona voters also decide whether to decriminalize pot use; South Dakotans determine whether to legalize industrial hemp, and San Franciscans decide if their city should grow pot for medical patients.

BULLYING TACTICS AT U.S. BORDER WON’T HELP
Mr. Walter’s threat borders on the vulgar, not to say insulting. From this side of the border, we see it as emblematic of the simplistic approach of the U.S. in its so-called War on Drugs – a war, it’s worth noting, that has plenty of critics within the U.S.

RESIDENTS AND COPS UPSET BY ‘POT FACTORY’
A Vancouver homeowners’ association is demanding the removal of a medical "Pot Factory," but according to local police, a medicinal grow op requires only the approval of the property owner and its location is protected by Federal law.

MARC EMERY COMMENTARY:
Marc discusses the Vancouver Mayor’s race and his new ibogaine therapy clinic.

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