The Pot TV News for March 28, 2003

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH DR. MOLLIE FRY

MEDICAL MARIJUANA REFUSAL THREATENS LIFE
HALIFAX — Michael Patriquen says he just wants to relieve his pain. But in his appeal to the Federal Court for medical marijuana treatment in prison, he has thrust himself into the spotlight as a medical marijuana martyr.

IMLER COPS A PLEA
LOS ANGELES (NBC) — LACRC founder Scott Imler has agreed to plead guilty to one count of maintaining a drug establishment, a charge that carries a statutory maximum of 20 years in prison and a fine of up to $500,000, though a judge would likely impose less than that under federal sentencing guidelines.

SMART SENTENCING INITIATIVE A STEP FORWARD ON POT POLICY
COLUMBA, MO — On April 8, Columbia voters will consider the Smart Sentencing Initiative, a proposal to make three important changes in city ordinances concerning marijuana possession. The initiative legalizes “medical” possession upon the recommendation of a physician, reduces the penalties for non-medical possession by setting a maximum fine of $25 for the first offense, and directs city officials to handle all such issues in municipal court.

OTTAWA STAYS PEI POT CHARGES
PRINCE EDWARD — The federal Justice Department says it will stay all charges of marijuana possession on Prince Edward Island involving less than 30 grams until the law is clarified.

DR. MOLLIE FRY INTERVIEW:
Courageous physician suggests patients converge on Congress.

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