The Pot TV News for December 16, 2002

Alice in Wonderland comes to Ottawa

SUPREME COURT USES DECRIM TALK AS EXCUSE TO DELAY CANADIAN POT LAW CHALLENGE
Citing statements from the Justice Minister that marijuana will soon be decriminalized, the Supreme Court of Canada postponed until April 2003 a landmark appeal from three pot activists who are seeking the constitutional right to smoke marijuana.

LIBERALS’ DECRIM PROPOSAL JUST A BOGUS ATTEMPT TO SWAY SUPREME COURT?
A federal proposal to decriminalize marijuana was nothing more than a ruse to influence the Supreme Court of Canada as it prepared for a major challenge to marijuana laws, said a lawyer in the case. Now events confirm his analysis.

MEDICINAL POT FARMERS DEPUTIZED IN SANTA CRUZ
Taking another pot shot at the federal Drug Enforcement Administration, the Santa Cruz Council voted 7- 0 Tuesday to give the Valerie and Michael Corral the “authority to cultivate, distribute and possess medical marijuana.”

ALLOWING COPS TO KEEP LOOT RULED UNCONSTITUTIONAL
New Jersey’s practice of letting police and prosecutors keep the money and assets they seize is unconstitutional, a judge said in a case that could affect other states.

NEW GROW CD NOW AVAILABLE AT eBAY
Faced with a flood of orders, the Kubbys were forced to hire a professional video company to meet the demand. Now all past orders have been shipped and an auction/purchase site has been opened at eBAY.

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