November 21, 2013 Tonight 8-10:00 p.m. or call 347-326-9626
Hosted by attorney Michael Komorn of Komorn Law and Chad from Birmingham Compassion
Tonight- The state of Washington, one of two to successfully win cannabis legalization at the ballot in 2012, is preparing to implement and govern the state’s new legal cannabis market. What does this mean to the existing medical marijuana program there and how is the regulatory scheme in Washington viewed by the Federal government? Also the Michigan Court of Appeals has issued a published opinion in the case of People v Hartwick in which section 4 protections and the affirmative defense of section 8 in the Michigan Medical Marihuana Act were denied. The COA also upheld the disqualification of District Court Judge Somers in Dearborn due to comments he made about cannabis and the MMMA, in a previous case.
Joining us tonight will be Kari Boiter, nationally recognized medical marijuana activist and champion for drug war prisoners and criminal justice reform, from Seattle, WA.
Also calling in will be friend of the show and attorney Neil Rockind “The Rockweiler” of Rockind Law who is responsible for having the biased Judge Somers disqualified from a medical marijuana case. Neil will also join Michael in discussing the real meaning and implications of the published COA opinion in P v Hartwick.
Court Report from the Michigan Chapter of The Human Solution.
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The MMMA: michiganmedicalmarijuana.org Thanks to all the moderators
Komorn Law – Atty Michael Komorn (800) 656-3557- The Med Joint Community Compassion Center – Oshtemo, MI Kevin Spitler,
Also The Marijuana Ranch Call 313 422 5281,
Dr. Kumar Singh GreenLite Clinic 248-390-0574