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Press Release: UK Laugh @ the Law Day - come have a laugh at your own expense*.
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Silence is Taken as Acceptance It's time to stand-up & be counted! Saturday 1st Dec. - from 10 am Stockport
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Colin Davies, twice cleared by a jury for supplying Medicinal Cannabis, has now been remanded in custody by Stockport Magistrates. Is it the right that an ill man who has twice been cleard by the voice of the people can be locked up in jail without a full trial?
Editorial: Family Research Council's 'Victory' in Supreme Court Ruling on Medical Marijuana
"If it walks like a duck and talks like a duck, it probably is a duck. If it does not walk like a duck or talk like a duck, it probably isn't a duck."
What exactly is FRC?
Alert: Challenge the DEA
Challenge the DEA
Say No to DEA Attempts to Ban Hemp Products
Nationwide Day of Action -- December 4, 2022
ALERT: DEA Attacking Medical Marijuana Patients
11/14/01 Dear DRCNet reader:
The following important medical marijuana alert has been forwarded on behalf of the Marijuana Policy Project. Please forward this alert widely to your family and friends in the United States, or tell them to visit: http://www.mpp.org/USA/
America Under Attack
Drug Courts -
Instead of the search for truth and justice, judges and prosecutors now claim to possess the ability to define
the use (all use) of certain drugs as a "disease", - albeit still illegal - while compelling something called "treatment", (President Bush calls it "coerced abstinence".) Isn't it illegal to practice medicine without a license?
Christians Persecuting Christians - Christian Casualties Found in War on Drugs
While the date may elude that the title is an April Fool's Day joke, it is no joke. The silence from various ministries, former pastors, media outlets and even internet message boards, concerning the repeal of the current prohibitive marijuana laws has left little room for doubt. They choose to ignore the fact that Christians are at risk of arrest, incarceration and forfeiture of property, including their family, friends neighbors and even fellow church members.
Steve Kubby's Probation - Cruel and Unusual Punishment
I believe that sentencing me, when I am medically disabled and suffering from terminal cancer, two conditions that threaten my life, for misdemeanor possession of a mushroom stem and some tiny cactus buttons, not only needlessly endangers me and burdens my family, such a sentence is a violation of my Eighth Amendment protection against cruel and unusual punishment."