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Planet Green Trees Radio tonight 8-10pm

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

 

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

 

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

 

Tonight- The Michigan State Senate passed SB660 on Wednesday Nov. 13, which would allow medical marijuana patients the option of obtaining up to two ounces per month of tested cannabis from a pharmacy in lieu of participating in the Michigan Medical Marihuana Program. Also Michigan representatives and senators, along with a representative of the National Patients Rights Association (NPRA), visited the Canadian company in Saskatoon, responsible for the powerful lobbying effort behind the "pharma grade" marijuana bill.

 

Joining us tonight will be the Michigan Senate Minority Leader Gretchen Whitmer from East Lansing, who spoke in opposition to SB660 on the Senate floor and offered amendments to the bill that would include "tie barring" House Bills 4271 a local option bill for dispensaries, and 4623 a bill to decriminalize adult use of small amounts of cannabis, which were defeated.

 

Robin Schneider, the Legislative Chairwoman for the NPRA visited the Prarie Systems operation in Saskatoon Canada along with Michigan State Representatives and Senators. While there, Robin spoke with members of the Canadian Parliament and those responsible for growing and providing medical marijuana to Canadian patients.

 

Court Report from the Michigan Chapter of The Human Solution.

 

Join us for news, current events, and more!

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Excellent show!

 

Senate Majority Leader Gretchen Whitmer was very candid in discussing her position

on medical marijuana.

Robbin Schneider made great points about how to approach our legislators about SB0660.

She tells of her trip to PPP.  Very interesting.

Matt Abel was spot on in his impersonations, adding a welcome bit of levity to a serious conversation.

 

Anyone concerned with this horrendous piece of Legislation should really listen to this EP, imo.

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