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Micah Luxen Nexus, Camosun College. The International Hempology Club seeks to promote awareness of cannabis (marijuana) and share the experience with open-minded students.
By ROWAN HOOPER For the Japan Times. “In spite of severe headache, vomiting and disorder of micturition, he remained on duty for more than two months. He then collapsed altogether after a very trying experience, in which he had gone out to seek a fellow officer and had found his body blown to pieces, with [...]
Taipei Times Sep 19, 2004,Page 7. Former child star Macaulay Culkin was arrested on drug charges during a traffic stop, authorities said.
Montgomery Advertiser Alabama Sept. 28, 2004. When a small group of family members of prison inmates marched this past weekend to seek changes in Alabama’s laws governing drug law violators, lawmakers should have been listening. With Alabama’s prisons crowded to the point of bursting, the Legislature badly needs to consider changes to the laws that [...]
Calgary Sun Sept. 28, 2004. Former prime minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau thought Canada’s penalties for potheads were “rather harsh,” according to 30-year-old cabinet documents. As the current Liberal government moves to decriminalize marijuana, historic records from 1973 just released by the National Archives suggest the former PM was pushing his cabinet to relax the laws [...]
From the Cannabis Culture website. The Korean Government in conjuction with the regional police have again shown a string of prejudicial and xenophobic actions. As many as 50 foreign people arrested in a crackdown on people smoking the compressed resins of the Cannabis plant, hashish, comes as no surprise as more and more foreign people [...]
The following is a current research project conducted by the CBCoC comparing prescription drug and cannabis use.
By Richard Watts Times Colonist staff. He’s medical marijuana’s own Mother Teresa for some. But to police and prosecutors he’s just another drug dealer breaking the law.
A Desperate Few Risk Breaking Law To Beat Their Pain: For Cannabis Buyers, The Motive Is Chronic Illness, Not A High.Saturday, September 18th, 2004
By Richard Watts Times Colonist September 18, 2004. They file through the nondescript, downtown doorway every few minutes. Most of them look in rough shape, with the second-hand-clothes look that stops short of funky.
CanWest News Service. Carol Gwilt, owner of the controversial Vancouver cafe that’s doing brisk sales in marijuana, was released Thursday afternoon on a charge of breaching her bail conditions.« Previous Entries