Cannabis Culture News LIVE: Legal Marijuana Could Generate Big Money For Canada

POT TV - Watch Cannabis Culture News LIVE for the latest news and views on pot politics and the marijuana community. In this episode: We talk to Dan Werb of the Stop the Violence BC campaign about a new study that says BC's pot market could generate $2.5 billion in taxes over five years.

Read more about the study.

Also on the show: Marijuana super-activist (and director of the Hempology 101 Society) Ted Smith takes a short break from his Eastern Canada Cannabis Conventions to join the show.

Marc and Jodie Emery go on the radio to endorse Liberal Party leadership candidate Justin Trudeau. We play the latest mainstream news clips about the story and listen to Marc's first LIVE broadcast since being imprisoned.

We talk to Mo Ray of Mo's Minis about her Movember chocolate Mo-stash campaign in support of prostate cancer research.

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Jeremiah Vandermeer is editor of Cannabis Culture. Follow him on Facebook and Twitter.

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