The best resource for everything related to Michigan medical marijuana with your host Attorney Michael Komorn. Live every Thursday evening from 8 -10 pm eastern time.
Regular guests: Gersh *Peanut Butter* for Cannabis Cancer Project, Rick Thompson reporting on news events, Jamie Lowell of Third Coast Compassion Center recovering patient Mike “Red Dog” McShane.
Producer: Jamie Lowell
Tonight- A medical marijuana dispensary criminal case has been outright dismissed without the possibility of the case being recharged, or of an appeal reversing the dismissal decision! The medical marijuana community is worried that lawmakers in Washington State will fail to pass regulating legislation this year, leaving patients vulnerable. PTSD was officially added to the list of qualifying conditions in Michigan. Hotel recommendation card mills for medical marijuana continue despite warnings from legal experts, and our discussion continues- Can cannabis cure cancer?
Joining us tonight- Superstar attorney Neil Rockind of Neil Rockind P.C. will offer his perspective on issues concerning hotel recommendations for medical marijuana and the doctor/patient relationship- He will also discuss the only dispensary case to be dismissed in Michigan without the charges being re-instated or the case appealed.
Kari Boiter, legislative analyst and nationally recognized medical marijuana activist from the state of Washington, will update us on the fate of the medical marijuana program in the aftermath of legalization being approved by voters in 2012.
Joining us to continue our discussion- ‘Can cannabis cure cancer?’ will be Peter O’Toole “Uncle Pete”, a cannabis farmer and oil maker from Prudenville, MI. Peter is also the co-founder of Cannabis Camp.
March 6, 2014 Tonight 8-10:00 p.m. or call 347-326-9626 www.planetgreentrees.com
Hosted by attorney Michael Komorn from Komorn Law and Chad from Birmingham Compassion-
Contributions from Rick Thompson from The Compassion Chronicles and Jamie Lowell from The 3rd Coast Compassion Center-
Tonight- The Michigan Medical Marijuana Review Panel met this morning in Lansing and voted to recommend PTSD as a qualifying condition for medical marijuana in Michigan. The affirmative defense, already a challenging scenario for many defendants and their lawyers throughout the state, has been made even more difficult by recent rulings in the Michigan Court of Appeals. The Institute for Public Policy and Social Research held it’s 19th annual fundraising dinner tonight in Livonia which included several members of the Michigan House and Senate.
Joining us tonight- Attorney Joshua Covert from the Nichols Law Firm in Lansing to discuss section 8 defenses under trying circumstances as well as other legal issues concerning medical marijuana.
Steve Green, advocate and patient, gave extended testimony today at the Marihuana Review Panel hearing, and will give an update on the proceedings and the recommendation to include PTSD as a qualifying condition.
David Palmer, former Independent candidate for the Michigan House of Representatives and fellow of the Michigan Political Leadership Program that is involved with the fundraiser in Livonia featuring former Governor Tim Pawlenty of Minnesota and former Governor Bill Richardson of New Mexico