The Pot TV News for November 15, 2002

ASK ED EXPOSES THE SECRET LIFE OF SPIDER MITES

U.S. TARGETS POT USERS WITH NATIONAL RANDOM DRUG STOPS
U.S. Border Agents have started randomly stopping traffic, in order to bust cannabis users and seize their vehicles. Cars and young people are being searched, without probable cause, up to 25 miles away from the border, especially in Michigan, California, and Texas.

VERMONT ENDORSES MEDICAL MARIJUANA
A Vermont legislative study committee studying the legitimacy of medical marijuana announced Wednesday that marijuana does possess medical value when it comes to relieving pain and suffering of severely ill people.

POT EASES PARKINSON’S SYMPTOMS
Reuters is reporting that an astounding 50% of Parkinson’s disease patients who have tried marijuana say the drug helped relieve their symptoms, according to a survey of patients that was reported at the Seventh International Congress of Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorders.

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