The Jodie Emery Show: Washington State Marijuana Activism and More

CANNABIS CULTURE – For the latest news on Marc Emery, CCHQ, and Canada’s cannabis community, watch new episodes of The Jodie Emery Show each week on Cannabis Culture. In this episode: Jodie presents a jam-packed show including news about legalization efforts in Washington and her trip to the Treating Yourself Expo.

First, you are urged to support Sensible Washington’s marijuana legalization initiative happening right now at http://www.sensiblewashington.org – donate money or your time.

Coming up June 25 is the 2nd-annual Tacoma Hempfest in Washington State, where you can meet Jodie and Jeremiah and many others!

Go to http://www.tacomahempfest.com for all the info.

Also on the show: Updates from the Treating Yourself Expo that Jodie and the Vancouver gang attended last weekend in Toronto.

Click here to see video from the event.

Cannabis Day takes place in downtown Vancouver on July 1st (Canada Day) like every other year, so come join the celebration at the Art Gallery!

And please visit http://www.MichelleRainey.com to get a MEDICINAL t-shirt to support her life mission to legalize, educate, and help improve people’s lives with cannabis.

Write to Marc, he’d love to hear from you:
MARC EMERY #40252-086
FCI YAZOO CITY – MEDIUM E-1
P.O. BOX 5888
YAZOO CITY, MS
39194

Jodie Emery is Executive Director of Cannabis Culture and CCHQ. Follow her on Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube – or read her CC Blog.

Comments

8 Comments

  1. Anonymous on

    Yes, alcohol is a drug. Alcohol can affect every organ in the human body – brain, liver, stomach and heart to name a few! In teenagers and adults as well, behavior that occurs “under the influence” of alcohol can also lead to serious threats to life and health. Although alcohol is not a prescription drug or an illegal substance (for adults), it carries all the risks of addiction and illness that street drugs do.

    why is alcohol never mentioned on government sponsored tv adds that warn young people about the dangers of drugs.

    is the public that naive? i don’t think people would consume much of it if they didn’t a buzz.

    when i grew up, adults in my life referred to getting drunk as getting stoned. this was before the evil drug marijuana became popular.

    it was a convenient to blame drugs for the dis functionality of families effected by alcoholism & all the stupidity that goes with people that have a lot of anger in them.

    isn’t democracy supposed to be a fair system? then why are pot smokers still being persecuted & getting worse under the PC’s while they are more than happy to make money from liquid poison.

    how much is this stupid war costing us Canadians. Is there any transparency here?

    Peace

  2. Anonymous on

    Yes, alcohol is a drug. Alcohol can affect every organ in the human body – brain, liver, stomach and heart to name a few! In teenagers and adults as well, behavior that occurs “under the influence” of alcohol can also lead to serious threats to life and health. Although alcohol is not a prescription drug or an illegal substance (for adults), it carries all the risks of addiction and illness that street drugs do.

    why is alcohol never mentioned on government sponsored tv adds that warn young people about the dangers of drugs.

    is the public that naive? i don’t think people would consume much of it if they didn’t a buzz.

    when i grew up, adults in my life referred to getting drunk as getting stoned. this was before the evil drug marijuana became popular.

    it was a convenient to blame drugs for the dis functionality of families effected by alcoholism & all the stupidity that goes with people that have a lot of anger in them.

    isn’t democracy supposed to be a fair system? then why are pot smokers still being persecuted & getting worse under the PC’s while they are more than happy to make money from liquid poison.

    how much is this stupid war costing us Canadians. Is there any transparency here?

    Peace

  3. Karen on

    Jodie and Marc you are a huge inspiration! I just want to say a big fat THANK YOU for keeping this going and fighting for our marijuana rights. It’s devastating that Marc is in Yazoo. I was at the 420 rally in Toronto, and couldnt have yelled FREE MARC EMERY any louder! You two are such amazing people for standing up and fighting for what you believe in! Thank You Thank You Thank You!

  4. joe on

    This is funny it is legal to get drunk but its illegal to get high.
    Drink till you pass out But you can not smoke a joint that can not get you any higher than a six pack of beer what is the problem. Pot can not get you any higher than the first joint.