POT TV – 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: This week a Canadian Conservative Member of Parliament, Jay Aspin from Nipissing-Timiskaming, Ontario, introduced a petition in the House of Parliament about Marc’s treaty transfer from the United States to Canada.
The countdown for Marc’s prison release is now at 656 days.
Also this week, our good friend and accomplished activist Dana Larsen lauched his initiative here in British Columbia to form a more sensible approach to cannabis. He has organized a public forum to be held Monday, September 24, from 7-9pm at Alix Goolden Performance Hall, 907 Pandora Ave, Victoria BC. Find out how you can sign up and get involved.
Many initiatives are ready to be voted on in the United States in their upcoming elections. Massachusetts, Oregon, Colorado, Washington, Montana and Arkansa are among the many poised. Get involved if you’re in a state with an initiative and vote yes!
The Boston Freedom rally happened last weekend with 50,000 in attendance. Jodie spoke on the main stage to a warmly welcoming audience, and was able to meet up lots of supporters and friends. Thanks to the organizers for hosting an incredible event! Find out more information about the Boston Freedom Rally.
Another winner of a Free Marc t-shirt is drawn from the trusty Bubblebag. To have your chance in the weekly send an email to [email protected]
Be sure to visit our store at 307 West Hastings St in Vancouver, where students get 10% off with their student card for the month of September. Or shop online at http://www.CannabisCulture.com/store – there’s free shipping to anywhere in North America. “We’ve got everything you need except the weed!”
You can send Marc a letter, he loves to hear from fellow activists and supporters!
MARC EMERY #40252-086
FCI YAZOO CITY MEDIUM E-1
FEDERAL CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION
P.O. BOX 5888
YAZOO CITY, MS 39194
Go to http://www.freemarc.ca for all the details about mail, and for his prison blogs and more.
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