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March/April 2007

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In early 1997 a handful of daring folks from the remote mountains of northeastern Washington State called for peace in the war on drugs. Nora Callahan, along with some local friends with loved ones in prison, began publicly demanding an end to what they termed as the “war on people” and formed the November Coalition.
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Entering its fifth year of existence, Law Enforcement Against Prohibition (LEAP) continues to expand its message to North America and beyond. Our raison d’etre (“reason to be”) is education. LEAP is made up of criminal justice professionals speaking out against the failed war on drugs.
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The Marijuana Policy Project, the Drug Policy Alliance Network, NORML and hundreds of US activists are achieving remarkable success in getting Democrats and Republicans in the statehouses to put forth legislation that undoes some the terrible wrongs of the Drug War. Legislation from Congress in Washington has been uniformly prohibitionist for two decades, and consequently the prisons have exploded with hundreds of thousands of drug-war victims.
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The cannabis movement has come a long way since 1994, the year of my initiation into the “cannabis culture”, when I founded Toronto Hemp Company (THC). I began humbly at the age of 20 while finishing a torturous stint at the University of Toronto and sharing an apartment with an old high-school friend. One day he showed me an Internet announcement by – and correspondence with – Marc Emery, then owner of a “revolutionary retail” Vancouver store called HEMP BC.
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CANNABIS CULTURE - The National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML) is a nonprofit public-interest lobby that has, for more than 30 years, provided a voice for citizens who oppose marijuana prohibition.
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CANNABIS CULTURE - There’s no financial reason to not protest insane, evil, monopolistic pot laws! You can organize a public rally with as little as $300 – here is a list of what you need, with approximate costs, in order to hold a "basic rally".
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The Cheese is a very special phenotype of Skunk #1 that was found in the UK. In 2004, a really nice guy called ‘Big Buddha’ was at the Cannabis Cup in Amsterdam giving away samples of what he called “The Cheese”. The sample pictured here is a clone from an Afghani male crossed with The Cheese.
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