Cannabis Common Sense #245

Hemp News with Paul Stanford covers each week’s big stories on cannabis. Then Dr. Phillip Leveque, D.O., Ph.D., a physician and retired medical school professor of pharmacology and toxicology, and Don Dupay, a social worker and retired Portland Police detective, join Paul to take viewers’ phone calls. This week we have several news clips that cover THCF’s medical marijuana clinic and the recent decision by the US Supreme Court to deny review and uphold a case that allows doctors to recommend medical marijuana. Don DuPay talks about his invovement in a new national organization, LEAP, or Law Enforcement Against Prohibition. Hemp News: Democratic candidates for US President are asked if they smoked marijuana in a Rock the Vote debate in Boston; Steve Kubby talks about cannabis’ ability to stop cancer; Canada’s NDP leader Jack Layton says marijuana is a “wonderful substance” that should be legalized; and a University of Toronto professor is making everything from biomedical equipment to auto parts from cannabis hemp.