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Pot Laws Need Thorough Overhaul: Coleman Should Be Pushing Ottawa For Change, Not Harassing BC’s Municipal Politicians.

Wednesday, September 15th, 2004

Editorial, Times Colonist September 13, 2004. To a tough former cop like Solicitor General Rich Coleman, watching people buying pot over the counter is an affront.

Kenya: Pot Found On Mountainside.

Wednesday, September 15th, 2004

Taipei Times. Police have found marijuana being grown commercially on high altitude slopes of Mount Kenya, national police spokesman Jaspher Ombati said yesterday.

Smokers Buying Pot At Vancouver Cafe Ruining Relaxed Relationship With Police.

Wednesday, September 15th, 2004

Amy Carmichael Canadian Press Wednesday, September 15, 2004 Impatient pot-heads, high enough to think they can force the legalization of marijuana, are ruining a relaxed relationship with police by brazenly buying and selling weed in a downtown cafe, says one legalization activist.

Police To Keep Enforcing Pot Laws Despite Stay Against Pot Advocate.

Wednesday, September 15th, 2004

Don Descoteau Victoria News, September 15, 2004. Lack of government supply of medical marijuana at the time led a provincial court judge to shelve a two-and-a-half-year-old pot trafficking charge against a Victoria marijuana advocate.

Police Swoop On Pot Cafe Ends With Six Arrests.

Friday, September 10th, 2004

By Chris Johnson, CanWest News Service. Two dozen Vancouver police officers arrested six people Thursday afternoon in a raid on a busy Commercial Drive cafe that openly sold marijuana.

Vancouver Out Of Line On Pot, BC Solicitor General Warns.

Friday, September 10th, 2004

By Jim Beatty and Maurice Bridge, CanWest News Service. Solicitor General Rich Coleman says it is unacceptable for marijuana to be openly sold in Vancouver stores while city politicians take a “ho-hum attitude” to the illegal activity.

Compassion Club Operator Sees Pot Charges Stayed By Judge.

Thursday, September 9th, 2004

By Jeff Bell, Times Colonist staff. Longtime marijuana activist Ted Smith and co-accused Colby Budda have had drug charges against them stayed in a ruling by provincial court Judge Loretta Chaperon.


Wednesday, September 8th, 2004

In the Provincial Court of British Columbia: Criminal Court Counsel for the Crown: Michael J. Lawless Councel for the Accused: Robert Moore- Stewart Place of Hearing: Victoria, B.C. Date of Hearing: May 26, June 11, July 15, 2004 Date of Judgement: September 7, 2004. [1] The accused are charged with the possession of less than [...]

Da Kine Cafe Burgalry Bungled.

Monday, September 6th, 2004

by John (Flash) Gordon, Cannabis Culture Magazine Aug 20, 2004. Da Kine cafe has not been without its share of problems and hardships

Teens’ Use of Drugs Studied: Report Details Warning Signals.

Monday, September 6th, 2004

By Jamie Stockwell Washington Post Staff Writer September 2, 2004; Page SM03 Researchers at the University of Maryland’s Center for Substance Abuse Research recently developed a set of warning signs to spot teenage use of marijuana, a popular recreational drug that often leads to experimentation with other illegal substances, officials said.

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