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KFC customer gets pot in bucket of chicken

Monday, September 23rd, 2002

From the Associated Press, September 23, 2002 MILL VALLEY, Calif. – No, it’s not the Colonel’s secret recipe of eleven herbs and spices. A customer at a Northern California KFC got two baggies of pot in his chicken order.

Rock planned to release pot, letter says

Monday, September 23rd, 2002

From the Globe and Mail, September 18, 2002 by Brian Laghi By halting plan, Ottawa acted in bad faith, advocates for medical marijuana tell court Court documents show that Allan Rock was poised to distribute medicinal marijuana just as he was replaced by Anne McLellan as Health Minister, say lawyers who are suing the government [...]

Grow-op raid nets plants, equipment

Monday, September 23rd, 2002

From the Victoria News, September 18, 2002 A search warrant led Saanich and Esquimalt police to a large marijuana growing operation Sept. 9. Police moved in on a house on Ralph Street in Saaich and uncovered 279 marijuana plants, along with related marijuana growing equipment.

Senate recommendations put police, pot advocates at odds

Monday, September 23rd, 2002

From the Victoria News, September 18th, 2002 By Don Descoteau Marijuana advocates in the Capital Region are delighted with a Senate committee’s recommendations to call off the drug war against marijuana, but not area police are less than thrilled with the liberal attitude the Senate has taken towards the drug.

International Hempology 101 Society Minutes – 2002/09/17

Sunday, September 22nd, 2002

International Hempology 101 Society Board Meeting Minutes Tuesday, September 17th, 2002 Attendance: Ryan Bushby Ted Smith Christian Bell Jim Davy Lee Morrison Ryan Schakohl Ted Dehli Meeting started at 7:15p.m.

Medical Pot Dispute Boiling Over

Wednesday, September 18th, 2002

From the Sacremento Bee, September 18th, 2002 By Claire Cooper With a helicopter circling tightly overhead and a dozen local officials applauding from a distance of 15 feet, medical marijuana patients approached a table outside City Hall on Tuesday and chose from an array of pot products-to-go — muffins, tinctures and small baggies of the [...]

Senators admit trying cannabis in distant past

Wednesday, September 11th, 2002

But authors of controversial drug report say they are not advocating marijuana use From the Globe And Mail, September 6th, 2002 By Kim Lunman, Ottawa Edmonton Senator Tommy Banks inhaled marijuana more than 40 years ago, but he wasn’t very high on the experience.

N.S. man seeks right to marijuana behind bars

Tuesday, September 10th, 2002

From The Globe and Mail, September 6th, 2002 By Kevin Cox A Halifax man who is facing several years in prison for possessing and trafficking in marijuana is demanding that the federal government provide the drug to him as pain relief behind bars.

Protest at High Seas

Tuesday, September 10th, 2002

By FlashGordon Submitted 2002.09.04 The Prince of Pot scoured his penthouse pad looking for ingredients for a sticky enough mixture. In the bedroom he found 10 grams of bottom of the bag blueberry and in the kitchen he came up with some very lousy pressed hash.

Canada Will Decriminalize Pot: Mayor

Tuesday, September 10th, 2002

From The Province, September 10th, 2002 By Keith Fraser As he prepares to give a speech at what’s being billed as the “most important event ever” organized in the battle against drug dependency, Vancouver Mayor Philip Owen says he’s convinced marijuana will eventually be legalized.

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