Show Me Cannabis
The prospect of a potential ballot issue to legalize marijuana in Missouri has brought new hope to Jeff Mizanskey. Mizanskey is serving a life sentence without parole for marijuana.
Two experts duked it out in a debate over legalizing marijuana in Missouri Wednesday night. Topics covered ranged from treating marijuana just like alcohol and questioning the validity of the ban.
On one side will be the executive director of Show-Me Cannabis; on the other is president of the Missouri Narcotics Officers Association.
St. Louis Police Sgt. Gary Wiegert, a Tea Party activist and lobbyist for the Show-Me Cannabis group, will be a featured speaker.
A new survey commissioned by a pro-Marijuana group claims a majority of Missourians favor legalization.
A St. Louis police sergeant has filed legal action against the department, claiming its refusal to allow him to work a secondary job as a lobbyist for a pro-marijuana group violates his right to free speech.
Sgt. Gary Wiegart has been summoned to headquarters downtown on Monday.
Calling it a “waste of time and resources,” a St. Louis police officer signs up to lobby state lawmakers to reduce penalties for marijuana possession.
John and Michael talk with U.S. Sen. John Thune of South Dakota about the race to the presidency and Mitt Romney; with Brent Stafford, the man arrested outside of the Missouri caucus; with Jeff Surtees, att’y representing St. Louisan Frank O’Brien, who is the first private businessowner in the country to sue the HHS over the contraception mandate; with Normand LaTourelle, creater of Cavalia (for tickets, log on to cavalia.net or call 1-866-999-8111; and with Dan Viets, att’y for Show Me Cannabis about legalizing marijuana in the Show Me State.