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B.C. Bud Bust At U.S. Border.

Tuesday, November 16th, 2004

The Province November 16, 2004. U.S. Customs and Border Patrol agents seized nearly 860 kilograms of marijuana at the Pacific Highway crossing in Blaine, Washington.

About 30 Request Applications For Use Of Medical Marijuana.

Saturday, November 13th, 2004

Associated Press November 12, 2004. About 30 Vermonters have shown interest in using marijuana for medical conditions since the state starting taking applications late last month.

Court Too Stuffed For Cookies.

Friday, November 12th, 2004

By Ted Smith Nov 12, 2004. No one was surprised in court Monday Nov. 8 when the courthouse did not have an available judge and my cookie trial was delayed to March of 2005.

Canada: Martin Spurns Warning About Pot Legislation.

Friday, November 12th, 2004

by Sean Gordon, CanWest News Service Edmonton Journal Nov 11 2004. Prime Minister Paul Martin is brushing aside warnings from United States Ambassador Paul Cellucci that a border crackdown will result if Canada decriminalizes marijuana, saying that Canada reserves the right to pass laws as it sees fit.

Columbia Voters Ease Marijuana Restrictions: Possession Of Small Amounts Of Drug Will Be Handled In Municipal Courts; Medical Use OK’d.

Friday, November 12th, 2004

By Scott Charton Associated Press Nov 10, 2004. Sifting through results from this college town’s passage of two proposals easing up on marijuana prosecutions, attorney Dan Viets sees something notable: The overwhelming approval means voters across the political spectrum supported the changes.

Dive Master Held Rolling ‘Joint’.

Friday, November 12th, 2004

Tobago News November 12th 2004. A Dive Master who was caught rolling a “joint” (hand-rolled marijuana cigarette) during the popular “Sunday School” fete at Buccoo early on Monday, was ordered to pay a fine of $1,000 or serve four months in prison with hard labour, by Magistrate Halcyon Yorke-Young, when he appeared in the Scarborough [...]

Kelso Cops: Student, 15, Brought 40 Joints To School.

Friday, November 12th, 2004

The Daily News (Longview, Washington) By Amy M. E. Fischer Nov 12, 2004. A Kelso High School teacher caught a 15-year-old student in class Wednesday with a Pringles potato chip can containing more than 40 rolled marijuana cigarettes, according to a Kelso police report.

Police Find Pounds Of Marijuana At Bus Station.

Friday, November 12th, 2004

Texarkana Gazette (Texas/Arkansas) November 12, 2004 . For the second time in a week, Texarkana, Ark., Police have found marijuana in a Greyhound Bus passing through Texarkana.

Over 6 Tons Of Cannabis Seized In Morocco.

Thursday, November 11th, 2004 Oct. 11, 2004 More than 6 tons of cannabis have been seized recently in Morocco by authorities part of their fight against drug trafficking, official sources anounced Monday.

News In Brief

Thursday, November 11th, 2004

Associated Press Oct. 11, 2004. The Liberal government’s bid to decriminalize small amounts of marijuana faces growing resistance from police, American officials and opposition politicians.

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