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Please join Vida Starr as she puts the decriminalization of marijuana on blast. They will discuss a variety of topics and scenarios surrounding this controversial topic.
MC Brooks will be her guest co-host this evening.
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The War on Marijuana in Black & White
Decriminalization of Weed in USA
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This week on Understanding the Law, we will discuss the pros and cons of decriminalization of prostitution. We will speak with a professional who advocates for decriminalization and explore the legal and social issues involved. Make sure that you join us on Thursday, July 24, 2014 at 10 AM EST as we discuss this delicate and controversial topic.
Elisabeth Fernandez-Kimmel is a minority rights advocate in Washington, DC. She will be joining us live to discuss her support for decriminalization. Ms. Fernandez-Kimmel recently earned her JD and advocates for sex worker rights, persons who experience intimate partner violence, and persons living with HIV.
Links provided courtesy of Ms. Fernandez-Kimmel:
Repeal of Prostitution Free Zones
Canada v. Bedford
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With the General Assembly considering a repeal of the "Rain Tax", Anne Arundel leaders propose a repeal in their own county but a Republican may be the one to keep this from happening. We'll discuss.
The illness of a well-respected Annapolis figure is being exploited by the pro suicide movement to promote their death agenda in Maryland. We will have an extended discussion of an issue we have been warning for months would be coming to the fore.
Contrary to what you may hear, not every legislator in Annapolis in moving to legalize marijuana. Some bi-partisan efforts are underway to responsibility deal with the failures of last year's decriminalization bill. We'll share those proposals and why they are a good idea.
With the season's first significant snow expected, we discuss the most annoying things about winter driving.
Tonight's TEAMDAR Radio goes for a very controversial show tonight, as we talk some of the most hard hitting topics possible. Join us for what may be an uncomfortable discussion.
On November 10th, 2014 New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton announced a new pot policy that would no longer allow the NYPD to arrest people caught with less than 25 grams of marijuana in their possesion. Although, some would agree that this new pot policy, which went into effect on November 19th, 2014 is a step in the right direction - many drug decriminalization advocates are not convinced that New York's new policy will, as Bill de Blasio said, "reduce the number of unnecessary arrests for minor marijuana possession and put an end to an era where many of young New Yorkers were being arrested and saddled with criminal records for minor violations."
According to the Drug Policy Alliance, the majority of these young New Yorkers are Black and Latino men and in this year alone they accounted for 86% of New Yorkers arrested for minor marjiuana possesion. So, what kind of impact will New York's new policy have on minority communities and the number of racially biased arrests?
Here to answer that question and walk us through New York's new pot policy is Kassandra Frederique the New York policy manager at the Drug Policy Alliance. The Drug Policy Alliance (DPA) is the nation's leading organization promoting drug policies that are grounded in science, compassion, health and human rights.
What does Jamaica have to lose from the decriminalization of marijuana/ganga for personal use? Why does ganga continue to be vilified despite the volumes of scientific research which have demonstrated its medicinal value? Are there any mitigating socioeconomic factors which haven't been taken into consideration in this discussion? Could Jamaica's heavily religious society have anything to do with it?
The team of Yardie Skeptics plans to roll the fattest spliff and puff the smoke to high heavens this Sunday, November 17th at 12:30pm. Join us and we just might pass the chillum your way! We'll be joined live in studio by Dr. Damion Blake, adjunct professor in political science at Virginia Tech to discuss the competing issues at stake.
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1. Why or why not?
2. Defend position on the decriminalization of marijuana and its use for medicinal reasons.
3. Imagine you earn a living by growing marijuana in California for medicinal sale. Identify the pros and cons of your work as you see them?
4. Argue the case for marijuana being a positive or a dangerous drug on its own merits (regardless of your personal view).
5. Should minors be allowed to use marijuana?
On tonight's show:
Some discussion of my appearance on the Marc Steiner show this morning discussing education reform, Ebola and conspiracy theories.
It's debate week and we will have a preview of a couple of big debates this week.
The Baltimore Sun admits what I have been saying for months, Maryland's new marijuana decriminalization law is flawed.
Last week we discussed a competitive race for judge; this week we discuss a competitive race for State's Attorney which points out why these "down ballot" races are so important.
And for some fun, I share a list of 33 useful words we should add to the English language.
My Guest today is: Clay Douglas Time for The Revolution October Free American Magazine
In The October Issue of the Free American!
US Officials Demanded a $30-Billion Bribe
The UN Is Positioning to Lock Down the US!
Obama Sending 3000 troops to Ebola infested African Country?
Citing Failed War on Drugs, World Leaders Call for Widespread Decriminalization
Can “We the People” Save America?
The Answer is YES but not in the old tried and tested Communist Way!
It is time for Another American Revolution! A Free American Revolution.
Every American needs to understand that the entire national press is controlled, and is simply giving you the "news" you are supposed to have. Very soon, all alternative sources of news, including this website, will be shut down. That time draws ever closer. Please go to http://freeamerican.com and www.shop.freeamerican.com to order my books and the new Free American Magazines.
"In order to put public opinion into our hands we must bring it into a state of bewilderment by giving expression from all sides to so many contradictory opinions and for such length of time as will suffice to make the [average person] lose their heads in the labyrinth and come to see that the best thing is to have no opinion of any kind, in matters political." [Protocol #5]
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Jeff Hank Lansing Attorney, Former Candidate for Congress andresponsible for the Petition Drive and Ballot Initiative to remove local criminal penalties against marihuana users in Lansing was compelled to filed a law suit this week to protect ballot access in East Lansing. This matter has been set for Monday, September 29 at 3:00 PM in Judge Jamo's courtroom,3rd floor, Ingham County Circuit Court, 313 Kalamazoo St, Lansing Michigan 48933.
Rep Irwin the cannabis community’s favorite Legislator will be returning to PGT. He will provide comments and updates on his Bills, the State Decriminalization 4623 and his Forfeiture Reform Bill, his comments on Recent Bill introduced expanding the abuse of the forfeiture Program. Additionally we will get predictions and political punditry of what to expect in Lansing during this election season in the Legislatures final term
Also Joining us will be Christeen Landino long time cannabis activist and Board Member of MI NORML will be retiring from her position. Celebrations for this historic day and her birthday party will be celebrated at the Marijuana Ranch Friday 9 19.
Michael's rant, news, current events and more!
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