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Planet Green Trees Radio- Tonight 8-10pm

www.planetgreentrees.com or call in 347-326-9626


Hosted by attorney Michael Komorn from Komorn Law and Chad from Birmingham Compassion


Tonight- The US Senate Judiciary recently held hearings to get clarification on policy concerning states that have allowed for recreational and medicinal use of cannabis. The Michigan House Judiciary Committee may be considering a bill to legitimize, on a state wide level, central dispensing locations in communities that choose to accept them. The National Patients Rights Association is lobbying on behalf of HB4271, The Provisioning Centers Act, and is raising funds to support that effort.


Joining us tonight will be Michigan State House Representative Jeff Irwin from Ann Arbor who has introduced legislation to decriminalize small amounts of cannabis for adult use and has signed on in support of HB4271 along with an impressive list of bipartisan co-sponsors. Rep. Irwin will be joining Rep Callton, ASA's Steph Sherer, NPRA's Robin Schneider, and lobbyist Kevin McKinney in speaking at the NPRA fundraiser at the Ann Arbor Art Center Saturday evening.


NPRA board member and activist Drew Driver will call in to offer more detail on Saturday's event and to promote his organizations efforts to get the Provisioning Centers Act passed in the Michigan Legislature.


Also, National Field Coordinator at Americans for Safe Access Hunter Holliman will call in from Washington DC. Hunter works directly with the MI ASA chapter and attended the recent US Senate Judiciary hearings. He will offer his thoughts on the hearings and discuss the importance of a regulated distribution system in Michigan.


Attorney David Rudoi of Rudoi Law will be in studio tonight to weigh in on the conversation.


Court report from Steve Green of the Michigan Chapter of The Human Solution.


Contributions from Rick Thompson from The Compassion Chronicles and Jamie Lowell from The 3rd Coast Compassion Center.


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I must say, the programming used ot be better when you had a variety of representatives and senators and local poltiicians and other government employees and a wider variety of patients and caregivers on for interviews etc.



I have enjoyed the myriad attorneys that come across the show.  Targowski and Rockind and several others.

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