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Each week we have guest discussing a variety of topics surrounding Medical Marijuana and how it relates to today's growing movement to legalize adult marijuana usage in the United States.
Featured Guests This Week:
Kamy Akhavan-President, ProCon.org Speaks on the states looking at legalization of Cannabis. Here Kamy have a powerful conversation with Chris and Ron Tonight
Kambiz "Kamy” Akhavan has served as Managing Editor of ProCon.org since December 7, 2004 and as President of ProCon.org since Dec. 7, 2010. Kamy has over 15 years of experience in making serious educational content entertaining, accessible, and affordable. His work has been published in textbooks, magazines, newspapers, and websites across the US. He has been interviewed by Reuters, several TV stations, and radio affiliates of Fox News, NPR, CNN, and CBS. Kamy was born in Iran, grew up in southern Louisiana, and has lived in California for over 20 years. He holds a BA and MA in History from UCLA. He loves music, politics, surfing, running, his wife, his son, and ProCon.org.
THIS SATURDAY ON HIGH NOON Cannabis & The Bible: Join us for what is sure to be a lively discussion and close examination of the role cannabis played throughout the bible's text. A definite "be sure not to miss" event for all of our (and your) Christian friends.
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HIGH NOON With Rick Simpson: The show that asks the big question: Does Cannabis Cure Cancer? The only Show all about RSO and Cannabis Extract Medicine: how it's made, who's making it, what does it do, who's taking it and who needs to be taking it.
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(D)Representative Patricia Todd was elected to the Alabama State Legislature as Representative for House District 54 in 2006.??Representative Todd has socially and professionally advocated for public policies relevant to HIV/AIDS, healthcare and a wide range of issues affecting the Birmingham community for more than 25 years. Upon her election, she became the first openly gay public official in Alabama and since then has been awarded the University of Alabama at Birmingham's School of Publ
Last November, Washington and Colorado paved the trail for the legalization of recreational marijuana. Currently, 18 states and Washington DC allow for the legal use of medicinal marijuana. Are we moving towards a federal law that allows the legalization of recreational pot? Should pot be legal for recreational use or just medical use? What are the potential risks and benefits associated with legalization of marijuana? We'll examine the history of marijuana use in this country, discuss it
Welcome to the Cannabis Times Magazine Weekly Online Radio Show. Designed for the highly interactive, passionate proponents of Medical Marijuana. CT Radio is part of the online arm of Cannabis Times Magazine providing a variety of topics surrounding alternative health issues, political views, The Business climate and how it relates to today's growing movement to legalize adult marijuana usage in the United States. Interact with us by calling in on our guess line or write us during the show
Prayers and dedications... The Cherokee Nation of Mexico ONAC branch
Medicine In the news: DEA has its sights set on a surprising target - churches.
Medicine vs. Sacrament--Dr Rogers counsel
News from James - News from Dr Rogers
A Famine in the land for the Word of the Lord- The Unheard "Fullness Of The Gospel"
Mitakyuye Oyasin: We are all related... through Abraham
Cannabis and the Christ: Jesus MUST have used Marijuana
American Indian Tradition Keepers: Cannabis or Can of worms?
Native American Medicine Priests-who are they (Kings Priesthood?)
Oklevueha's Community ("PR") Relations Plan -- What Are The Priorities
Non-profit Corporate development--Borrowing from the Boy Scouts
ONAC Missionary Work--Borrowing from the Mormons -- "Every Celebrant A Missionary?"
On this first show of the National Conspirator, the informant delves into the reasons behind prohibition, the conspiracy's main participants and the chemical/oil/prison industries that keep cannabis confined.
Hemp will save the world...if they let it.
Welcome to Weedsday Wednesday! Everything you ever wanted to know about medical cannabis!
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Interviews, strain reviews, product reviews, news and information about anything and everything medical marijuana related in Tucson, Arizona and the world at large!
Get up to date, live information about what's happening with all of the laws of our state, the dispensary process, clubs, education centers and everything happening in our exciting little trail dust town!
Chapter 1: Kentucky Senators Push for Hemp Legalization
Senate Minority Leader, along with Kentucky colleage Rand Paul, are looking to add a provision to the Farm Bill that would legalize the commercial production of hemp. Hemp legalization seems to possess broad support in Kentucky which passed its own legalization law in April. However, the Republican Senators are meeting much Democratic resistance. We talk to Janet Patton, a reporter for the Lexington-Herald Leader.
Chapter 2: DoJ’s Subpoena for AP Records Much Broader
The Associated Press has said that the Department of Justice subpoenas in the recent seizure of phone records pertaining to the news agency’s story on an undercover anti-terrorism sting operation were much broader than the DoJ originally claimed. The subpoenas allegedly included records for 21 phone lines from five bureaus, but also, apparently, for five reporters’ cellphones and three home phones. Jamila Bey argues that this means a likely violations of other privacy protections extending beyond those just afforded for the press.
Chapter 3: Senate Closer to Immigration Bill Including H1B Visa Expansion
The Senate Judiciary Committee continues to slog through three hundred amendments in its markup of a bipartisan immigration bill. The various sides are not very far apart on many issues including the pathway to citizenship for the estimated 11 million undocumented immigrants living in the United States. However, differences on specifics remain to be hammered out such as the cap on H1B visas, those given to highly skilled workers in high-tech fields. Crystal Williams, Executive Director of the American Immigration Lawyers Association, argues that a final bill may not be perfect, but it will go far to simplifying a system few can navigate now.
The show that asks the big question: Does Cannabis Cure Cancer? The only Show all about RSO and Cannabis Extract Medicine: how it's made, who's making it, what does it do, who's taking it and who needs to be taking it. Broadcasting LIVE every Saturday at 12pm EST on www.blogtalkradio.com/Papsite-Radio.
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