Cannabis Common Sense #247

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. Tonight Don Dupay talks about how corrupt police are and how they learn to be corrupt. We have a film clip from the new film, “Hempsters: Plant the Seed,” featuring Woody Harrelson and his trial for planting industrial hemp seeds. We have another clip from a 2002 meeting on medical marijuana covering the efficiency of various methods of smoking. Hemp News: Los Angeles medical marijuana providers sentenced to probabtion, though the mandatory minimum was 30 months as the judge calls the prosecution, “badly misguided” ; a pot party for incoming Governor of California Arnold Schwartzenegger and Dennis Peron declares Arnold is a pothead; medical marijuana qualifies for a vote in Detroit, MI; US scientists found that anandamide (endogenous THC), at low concentrations, appeared to play a vital role in the implantation of the embryo into the womb lining.

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