The Pot TV News for January 6, 2003

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IBOGAINE — ONE-WAY TRIP TO SOBRIETY
Though not approved by Health Canada, ibogaine is not a prohibited product under the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act, Marc Emery noted. “It’s an underground phenomenon all over the world,” said Emery, who orders ibogaine from Ontario, Slovenia, and Holland.

LEGALIZED POT SEEMS LIKELY UP NORTH
The door-kicking has stopped, as have the asset forfeitures and harassment. Chris Bennett hasn’t been arrested in weeks, nor have any of his friends. Yet, the 40-year-old Bennett isn’t inclined to say the battle is won. He’s seen the police relax before. He’s seen pot achieve a tenuous level of respectability when a more liberal-minded mayor or police chief takes over. And he’s seen the subsequent backlash.

MEDPOT COMMERCIAL NAMED THE “MOST DRAMATIC” POLITICAL AD OF 2002
An advertisement created by the Libertarian Party has been named the “Most Dramatic” political ad of 2002 by the National Journal. The 30-second spot, entitled “Why Bob,” was broadcast by Libertarian Carole Ann Rand against Republican Bob Barr in the race for Congress in Georgia.

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