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By Raymond Cushing www.alternet.org Nov 24, 2004. The Supreme Court is set to rule on whether the feds have the right to arrest medical marijuana patients. But will the justices have all the facts?
New Zealand Herald Nov 4, 2004. Associate Minister of Health Jim Anderton says he will not support a bill allowing the cultivation of cannabis for pain relief.
By Ted Smith Another successful International Medical Marijuana Day (IMMD) was hosted in Victoria this year on Nov 15.
Canada: Marijuana Use Doubles, 57% Back Legalization: 14% Of Canadians Smoked In Past Year; They Want To Be ‘Left Alone,’ Studies Find.Thursday, November 25th, 2004
By Janice Tibbetts The Ottawa Citizen Nov 25, 2004. Canadians are smoking marijuana more than ever before and the majority want police and government to leave people to indulge in peace.
Associated Press Nov 24, 2004. U.S. Border Patrol agents and police arrested a Canadian man Tuesday for having 95 pounds of marijuana in his rental car.
By Tim Palmer www.abc.net.au Nov 24, 2004. An Australian man has been arrested in Indonesia for allegedly possessing marijuana – the fourth Australian detained in the country for drug matters in the past three months.
The Globe and Mail Nov 24, 2004. The former owner of a pot café in Vancouver wants a jury trial on charges of trafficking marijuana and benefiting from the proceeds of crime.
CBC News Nov 24 2004. The number of Canadians using marijuana appears to have doubled over the past decade, according to the first major study of drug and alcohol use in the country in 10 years.
By Howard Mintz Mercury News Nov 23, 2004 In the dimly lit living room of her home in the Oakland hills, Angel Raich lights up a pipe stuffed with marijuana. For this frail mother of two teenagers, the ritual isn’t some secret drug habit — it is a recommendation by a doctor to help with [...]
Philippine Daily Inquirer Nov 22, 2004. A city councilor member, who is also a medical doctor, is seeking to “decriminalize” possession and use of marijuana.« Previous Entries