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Listen LIVE 8:00-10:00 pm EST tonight and every Thursday night at www.planetgreentrees.com or www.spreaker.com/user/planetgreentrees

New call in number 224-803-3098


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


Contributions from Rick Thompson from The Compassion Chronicles-also providing the news, and show producer Jamie Lowell from the Third Coast Dispensary in Ypsilanti


Tonight- After being denied ballot access and shut out from even a single hearing in three state courts- the MILegalize ballot group has filed an appeal with the Supreme Court of the United States to consider issues of an undue burden and voter disenfranchisement. Also- major developments at Standing Rock.


Calling in- Lansing area attorney and leader of the MILegalize ballot group Jeffery Hank and well known military veteran and activist Dakota Blue Serna


In studio tonight- MILegalize board members Debra Young and Anqunette "Q" Jamison


Regular guests and friends of the show: Jim Powers- Michigan Parents for Compassion co- founder and board member of MILegalize. Steve Miller retired cop and LEAP speaker Also- attorney Jeff Frazier, attorney David Rudoi of Rudoi Law, Eric Gunnels Thetford Twp Trustee and T-raveled

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:) sometimes talk shows allow for listeners request subjects to be talked about.  I know that the PGT guys go way above and beyond, and always seem to move discussion based on callers, but often I am not able to call in.


So I was just asking if there was a place or way that someone to ask for a specific subject to be discussed.


I would suspect that the final discussions would still be made by PGT, but hmm, thinking more about this, you might be flooded by requests.  Anyway, that was all I was asking, could someone make a request for these guys to discuss.  I value their legal opinions and what they see running clubs.


One that had come up today, I was told that some people are getting busted for illegal transport because the "case was openable by scissors".  It is locking, it is in the trunk, but because you can open it with scissors, it wasn't good enough for the LEO.  I know most hard cases I see can be opened with a screw driver in about 20 seconds, so in my head it is LEO over reaching, but I spoke to 1 person who was getting dragged over the coals, lost his meds, and had the full fine, just for illegal transport because the locked case was a canvas one that could be opened with scissors. 


I know Mr Komorn sometimes has some very good insight, and I know the case above is solved by having a decent lawyer, but many of these people can't afford more than the court appointed.  I've tried calling 2 lawyers offices who have blogs about the illegal transport to ask what they would recommend for a case, and they haven't responded. 


For Christmas I was thinking of buying all of my patients new cases for transport, but I really don't want to spend $30 on a case that ends up landing them with an illegal transport fine.  I was hoping for someone who knows more than I do could recommend a good case.  I also don't want to spend $75 on a case that they won't use because it is too heavy or hard to drag around.


Since opinions are so varied, I was hoping for more than just a post here, which would most likely have half the people saying the canvas bags are good enough, which what I am seeing it is not.


Thanks Zapatos... 

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Well, sure stopping Leo from abusing power, and what a lawyer would recommend for transportation to keep people safe.  I was asked 3 times today how the transportation was changing, and was unable to give a straight answer because of different interpretations of the law.


Like I said, a locked case wasn't good enough if you can gain access with a knife, but your discussion is definitely worth listening to as well.

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