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By Hempology | January 20, 2005

Health Canadas rules which make cannabis legal for medical purposes but consider food and skin products to be illegal! Thurs Feb 03, 12:00 P.M.
David Andersons MP Office 970 Blanshard St. Victoria B.C.
CALL 250-381-4220 For More Information

On Jan. 7, 2005, Ted Smith was convicted of trafficking cannabis resin for selling cannabis cookies, massage oil, salve and vegetable oil capsules at the Cannabis Buyers Club of Canada on March 21, 2002. At the same time, charges of trafficking cannabis were dropped against him because the Medical Marijuana Access Regulations only provide protection for cannabis (marijuana) and do not include cannabis resin or THC, the most active chemical in the herb. This means that even people who possess personal licenses to grow cannabis become criminals if they cook the plant into food. That is considered manufacturing a drug, according to the current laws. These laws must change.
On Feb. 3, 2005, an appeal will be filed to challenge this court decision and the federal government.
A protest at David Andersons office will only signal the beginning of our fight to change the laws to include cannabis food and skin products as legal and necessary components of the MMAR.
If you cannot attend the rally, please call or write to various media sources to inform them of our activities and your opinion.

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