The Church of the Universe is a religious group centered in Ontario that considers cannabis to be the tree of life and therefore a sacrament. They are involved in a number of legal battles stemming from this belief. On July 17th, Brother Daniel Morgan, a member of the Church of the Universe, was found murdered in his home -Ed
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Words of Wisdom from the editor of Marijuana & Hemp.
The Hemp Industries Association is a new trade organization devoted to maintaining the integrity of cannabis products and stopping fraudulent misrepresentation of hemp content.
It's December 31st, 1994, and an incredible year for me at HEMP BC comes to an end. 1995 heralds a very ambitious program, but first, a reflection back...
MAPS - Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies conference of April 17, 1993, Psychedelic Summit; LSD 50th Anniversary. Features Laura Huxley (widow of Aldous), Carolyn Garcia, Dale Gieringer, Rick Doblin, Dennis Peron, Brownie Mary Rathbun, http://www.crrh.org/hemptv/news_cnn.htmlhttp://www.crrh.org/hemptv/news_abc.htmlhttp://www.crrh.org/hemptv/docs_happ.html
Several news clips from US national and Seattle, Washington area TV stations on the October 26, 1989 US federal sting on horticulture stores called Operation Green Merchant. The clips from NBC & ABC national reports, and Seattle area news shows are all from the day of the federal raid, which signaled a move by US president George Bush the 1st to attack US horticulture equipment suppliers to move on domestic US indoor marijuana cultivation using tough new federal mandatory minimum prison sentences ranging from 10 years to life without parole. 13 minutes.
TV show is from Spokane, Washington's KHQ-TV show "Up Front" called, "Marijuana Legalization: A Step Forward or a Step Back," where a local studio audience examines the then upcoming November 1986 Oregon vote on the OMI (Oregon Mariijuana Initiative) which would have legalized private adult marijuana possession, use and cultivation. A drug warrior from Colorado takes on OMI's John Sajo. 58 minutes.