Cannabis Common Sense #227

Hemp News, with Paul Stanford, then Dr. Phillip Leveque, a physician and retired professor of pharmacology & toxicology, and Don Dupay, retired Portland Police detective, join Paul to take viewers phone calls. Film clips tonight start with a news clip on how the DEA seized a quadraplegic man’s medical marijuana plants last year, with an update on how THC-Foundation is suing the DEA in U.S. federal court. The other film clip is on cannabis farming in Jamaica, from Rasta John’s Search for Ganja Mountain. Hemp News: Canadian Court throws out cannabis prohibition; Tommy Chong pleads guilty to selling bongs on the internet and says he quit smoking; Australian state to allow 2 cannabis plants per house; bill to cut back Oregon’s medical marijuana law is defeated in Oregon legislature.

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