POT TV – Criminal lawyer Chris Lavier joins CTV in Saskatchewan to help explain Canada’s current marijuana laws.
CANNABIS CULTURE - I managed to catch the opening statement by the government lawyer in the Allard vs. Canada medical marijuana trial. What I heard had me wishing they allowed the vaping of the stinky, stigmatized herbal antiemetic in the courtroom itself because the lies he told just about made me throw up in my mouth a little.
Possession of small amounts of marijuana for personal use has been decriminalised in Jamaica after a drugs law that was passed on Friday was debated by senators for five hours.
Anti-marijuana activists have warned that legalising weed would lead to increased drug addiction, mental problems and crime – but in Colorado, which legalised recreational use of marijuana, the opposite has happened.
CANNABIS CULTURE - Virtually all Canadians know that the primary duty of a Ministry of Health, whether it is provincial or federal, is to ensure that patients receive the health care that they need.
Justice Minister Peter MacKay should be forced to apologize and retract his statement that smoking pot is against the law, says an Ottawa lawyer.
The path to controlling marijuana in Canada could soon lead the federal government through a jungle of potted plants tucked into basements, particularly in British Columbia.
Our laws should be reformed so that there is only a crime if there is a victim. Vices are not crimes. Prohibitions on drugs, sex, gambling and other non-violent activities only serve to punish consenting activities.
POT TV - Prominent cannabis lawyer and activist Kirk Tousaw explains how new governmental changes to Canada's marijuana laws and regulations will affect patients and providers from a criminal law perspective. The seminar is a must-see to for medical marijuana dispensary operators. Kirk can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
In his final state of the city address as Mayor of New York, Michael Bloomberg made the welcome announcement that anyone caught in possession of marijuana would no longer have to spend a night in jail.