The Pot TV News for April 2, 2003

PERSONAL POSSESSION OF POT APPEARS TO BE LEGAL IN CANADA

COURTS STAYING POT CHARGES ACROSS CANADA
OTTAWA ( WIRE ) – Criminal charges for possessing small amounts of pot could be put on hold in provinces across the country following court rulings in Ontario and P.E.I., says prominent legal expert Alan Young.

CONGRESS COMES AFTER A FEDERAL JUDGE
NATIONAL LAW JOURNAL — Congress is coming after a federal judge in Minnesota who, it asserts, has let drug offenders off too easily, triggering a tug-of-war over the independence of the judiciary.

KIDS NARKING PARENTS
THE DAILY IOWAN — Two recent incidents in which children notified school authorities of their parents’ drug use are likely to occur more frequently in the future, said one Johnson County law-enforcement official.

NEVADA’S POT DUI LAW QUESTIONED
ASSOCIATED PRESS — Police and prosecutors clashed Monday with advocates of a bill changing the Nevada law dictating the legal levels of marijuana in a motorist’s blood stream. Under the current law, any marijuana use could make it illegal for you to operate a motor vehicle for weeks.

GOVERNMENT WON’T CHANGE NIMBIN
THE SUN-HERALD — Moves are afoot to try to change the face of Nimbin, the dairying village that became a national icon because of its alternative lifestyle and fondness for marijuana. But locals say it simply won’t happen.

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