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Planet Green Trees Episode 133-Green, Money And The Industry.

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Going Live at 8:00 p.m. EST

 

February 7, 2013 8-10 p.m. 13473269626 dial 1 to get on the air

Guests: We are honored to have returning and taking care of unfinished business from last week:

Power House Attorney Neil Rockind, aka the Rockweiler joins us again to discuss and analyze P v, Green (holding patient to patient transfers where no money is exchange is protected from arrest and prosecution). Additionally we will take a look at 2 other recent COA opinions regarding medical cannabis: P v. Hinzman (perjury case) and P v. Hill (warrantless search of a home-emergency exception)

Dan Riffle attorney and legislative analyst for Marijuana Policy Project. (MPP)

Representative Mike Callton ® Nashville MI

Also we will be revisiting some of the important cases still pending in the Judicial system that will have an impact on the interpretation of the Michigan Medical Marihuana Act.

On the Agenda: Robert Redden, Barb Agro, People v. McQueen, People v. Jeff Ellis (Bad Axe), Marshall Alternatives.

Also on the agenda for discussion: Everything that is Cannabis or Medical Cannabis related

Brought to you by: Our Regular Group of Community Entertainment.

Your host: Attorney Michael Komorn of Komorn Law 18006563557

Regular guests: Chad from the Birmingham Compassion Club, Jamie Lowell of Third Coast Compassion Center, Rick Thompson-Editor and Chief of the Compassion Chronicles- reporting on news events, Canna-Miracles our very own Gold Cup Winner. Thanks to Purnell Jameson and Greg Pawlowski for producing tonight’s show.

Tonight's Show Sponsored By: MMMA: michiganmedicalmarijuana.org Thanks to all the moderators especially Q tipper!

Komorn Law - Atty Michael Komorn (800) 656-3557-

The Med Joint Community Compassion Center - Oshtemo, MI Kevin Spitler

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