The Pot TV News for October 25, 2002

HOW MARC EMERY FUELED THE BC BUD BOOM

PALLIATIVE CARE DOCTORS CAUTIOUS ABOUT MARIJUANA
Palliative care specialists attending a national conference in Edmonton were told Monday that clinical trials haven’t yet shown that pot is an effective medical therapy for those with terminal illnesses. They also heard marijuana can produce negative side-effects, especially in older patients.

STUDENTS NATIONWIDE TO CONVERGE IN ANAHEIM
Students from universities and high schools nationwide will meet in Anaheim, California next month for the largest political strategy and training meeting of anti-drug-war student activists this year.

AMERICAN CANNABIS REFUGEE HEARINGS
A SPECIAL REPORT BY RICHARD COWAN

Canadian prohibitionists want to argue American refugee claims on medical, not political grounds, since they believe medical marijuana is a fraud. The result is a battle we can win, because it will be fought on the merits of the case for medical cannabis.

MARC EMERY COMMENTARY
Marc discusses the seed business and how it has brought billions of dollars of prosperity to his fellow Canadians.

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Q. How much would the GST tax be on the estimated $6 billion Canadian cannabis industry?

A. $420 million. (Nice number, eh?)

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