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Carl’s Cannabis Corner – July 27, 2014

My guests today are: Jake Porter, Libertarian candidate for Iowa Secretary of State; Quinn Symonds, activist in Mason City, IA; and Logan Edwards, Iraq War Veteran moving from Iowa to Colorado.

http://jakeporter.org/
July 12, 2014: Read Jake Porter’s comments to WHO TV on the Benton Mackenzie case.

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July 27, 2014: Read Logan Edward’s comments to the Associated Press on his exodus from Iowa.

August 9, 2014: Iowa NORML Women’s Alliance is having their 1st Annual Picnic.

Carl’s Cannabis Corner – June 29, 2014

It’s an open phone today (if my guest agrees): (567) 314-2730. The access code is 420420# (four twenty, four twenty, pound sign). The show begins at 1:00 p.m. Central Time.

Tomorrow a trial will begin in Scott County, Iowa. Iowa is going to torture and attempt to kill a cancer patient by the name of Benton Mackenzie, and throw his entire family, wife, child, parents, and close friend in prison for using medical cannabis. There was a great editorial about it in today’s newspaper, which you can read here: Iowa needs a broader medical cannabis law.

Carl’s Cannabis Corner – June 15, 2014

It’s an open phone today: (567) 314-2730. The access code is 420420# (four twenty, four twenty, pound sign). The show begins at 1:00 p.m. Central Time.

Today, we’re going to discuss: The Iowa Board of Pharmacy.

I’ll be filing another petition for judicial review this week, and a petition for rescheduling/descheduling later this month.

So, what has changed since my first petition in 2008?

There were twelve (12) states that had accepted the medical use of marijuana in 2008, now there are twenty-two (22) and the District of Columbia.

Alaska Statutes § 17.37 (1998); Arizona Revised Statutes, Title 36, Chapter 28.1, §§ 36-2801 through 36-2819 (2010); California Health & Safety Code § 11362.5 (1996); Colorado Constitution Article XVIII, Section 14 (2000); Connecticut Public Act No. 12-55, Connecticut General Statutes, Chapter 420f (2012); Delaware Code, Title 16, Chapter 49A, §§ 4901A through 4926A (2011); Hawaii Revised Statutes § 329-121 (2000); Illinois Public Act 98-0122 (2013); 22 Maine Revised Statutes § 2383-B (1999); Annotated Code of Maryland Section 13–3301 through 13–3303 and 13–3307 through 13–3311 (2014); Massachusetts Chapter 369 of the Acts of 2012 (2012); Michigan Compiled Laws, Chapter 333, §§ 333.26421 through 333.26430 (2008); Minnesota SF 2470 — Signed into law by Gov. Mark Dayton on May 29, 2014, Approved: By Senate 46-16, by House 89-40, Effective: May 30, 2014; Montana Code Annotated § 50-46-101 (2004); Nevada Constitution Article 4 § 38 – Nevada Revised Statutes Annotated § 453A.010 (2000); New Hampshire Revised Statutes Annotated Chapter 126-W (2013); New Jersey Public Laws 2009, Chapter 307, New Jersey Statutes, Chapter 24:6I, §§ 24:61-1 through 24:6I-16 (2010); New Mexico Statutes Annotated § 30-31C-1 (2007); Oregon Revised Statutes § 475.300 (1998); Rhode Island General Laws § 21-28.6-1 (2006); 18 Vermont Statutes Annotated § 4471 (2004); Revised Code Washington (ARCW) § 69.51A.005 (1998).

D.C. Law 18-210; D.C. Official Code, Title 7, Chapter 16B, §§ 7-1671.01 through 7-1671.13 (2010).

And, now there are 8 states, soon to be 9, that have accepted the medical use of cannabidiol without any way of actually getting it.

Alabama, Senate Bill 174, Signed into law by Governor Robert Bentley on (Apr. 1, 2014); Iowa, Senate File 2360, Signed into law by Governor Terry Branstad (May 30, 2014); Kentucky, Senate Bill 124, Signed into law by Governor Steve Beshear (Apr. 10, 2014); Mississippi, House Bill 1231, Signed by Gov. Phil Bryant (Apr. 17, 2014); South Carolina, Senate Bill 1035, The bill became law because Governor Nikki Haley did not sign or veto the bill within five days of its passage (May 29, 2014); Tennessee, Senate Bill 2531, Signed into law by Gov. Bill Haslam (May 16, 2014); Utah, House Bill 105, Signed into law by Governor Gary Herbert (Mar. 21, 2014); Wisconsin, Assembly Bill 726, Signed by Governor Scott Walker (Apr. 16, 2014).

Missouri, House Bill 2238, Signed by House Speaker and Senate President Pro Tem, and sent to Governor (May 30, 2014).

Carl’s Cannabis Corner – June 8, 2014

It’s an open phone today: (567) 314-2730. The access code is 420420# (four twenty, four twenty, pound sign). The show begins at 1:00 p.m. Central Time.

Today, we’re going to discuss: The Iowa Board of Pharmacy.

I’ll be filing another petition for judicial review soon, as well as a petition for rescheduling/descheduling.

So, what has changed since my first petition in 2008?

There were twelve (12) states that had accepted the medical use of marijuana in 2008, now there are twenty-two (22) and the District of Columbia.

Alaska Statutes § 17.37 (1998); Arizona Revised Statutes, Title 36, Chapter 28.1, §§ 36-2801 through 36-2819 (2010); California Health & Safety Code § 11362.5 (1996); Colorado Constitution Article XVIII, Section 14 (2000); Connecticut Public Act No. 12-55, Connecticut General Statutes, Chapter 420f (2012); Delaware Code, Title 16, Chapter 49A, §§ 4901A through 4926A (2011); Hawaii Revised Statutes § 329-121 (2000); Illinois Public Act 98-0122 (2013); 22 Maine Revised Statutes § 2383-B (1999); Annotated Code of Maryland Section 13–3301 through 13–3303 and 13–3307 through 13–3311 (2014); Massachusetts Chapter 369 of the Acts of 2012 (2012); Michigan Compiled Laws, Chapter 333, §§ 333.26421 through 333.26430 (2008); Minnesota SF 2470 — Signed into law by Gov. Mark Dayton on May 29, 2014, Approved: By Senate 46-16, by House 89-40, Effective: May 30, 2014; Montana Code Annotated § 50-46-101 (2004); Nevada Constitution Article 4 § 38 – Nevada Revised Statutes Annotated § 453A.010 (2000); New Hampshire Revised Statutes Annotated Chapter 126-W (2013); New Jersey Public Laws 2009, Chapter 307, New Jersey Statutes, Chapter 24:6I, §§ 24:61-1 through 24:6I-16 (2010); New Mexico Statutes Annotated § 30-31C-1 (2007); Oregon Revised Statutes § 475.300 (1998); Rhode Island General Laws § 21-28.6-1 (2006); 18 Vermont Statutes Annotated § 4471 (2004); Revised Code Washington (ARCW) § 69.51A.005 (1998).

D.C. Law 18-210; D.C. Official Code, Title 7, Chapter 16B, §§ 7-1671.01 through 7-1671.13 (2010).

And, now there are 8 states, soon to be 9, that have accepted the medical use of cannabidiol without any way of actually getting it.

Alabama, Senate Bill 174, Signed into law by Governor Robert Bentley on (Apr. 1, 2014); Iowa, Senate File 2360, Signed into law by Governor Terry Branstad (May 30, 2014); Kentucky, Senate Bill 124, Signed into law by Governor Steve Beshear (Apr. 10, 2014); Mississippi, House Bill 1231, Signed by Gov. Phil Bryant (Apr. 17, 2014); South Carolina, Senate Bill 1035, The bill became law because Governor Nikki Haley did not sign or veto the bill within five days of its passage (May 29, 2014); Tennessee, Senate Bill 2531, Signed into law by Gov. Bill Haslam (May 16, 2014); Utah, House Bill 105, Signed into law by Governor Gary Herbert (Mar. 21, 2014); Wisconsin, Assembly Bill 726, Signed by Governor Scott Walker (Apr. 16, 2014).

Missouri, House Bill 2238, Signed by House Speaker and Senate President Pro Tem, and sent to Governor (May 30, 2014).

Carl’s Cannabis Corner – June 1, 2014

It’s an open phone today: (567) 314-2730. The access code is 420420# (four twenty, four twenty, pound sign). The show begins at 1:00 p.m. Central Time.

Today, we’re going to discuss:

May 30, 2014
Cannabis oil signed into law: SF 2360.

An act creating the medical cannabidiol Act and providing penalties and including effective date provisions.

We’ll also talk about the Iowa Board of Pharmacy. I’ll be filing another petition for judicial review soon, as well as a petition for rescheduling/descheduling.

And, finally, we’ll talk about the Iowa Democratic Party State Platform Committee.

Carl’s Cannabis Corner – May 25, 2014

On April 23, 2014, John Forbes PH’80, Drake College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, gave the 2014 Weaver Medal of Honor Lecture at Drake University. John represents Iowa House District 40 in the Iowa House of Representatives and is the owner and manager of Medicap Pharmacy in Urbandale, Iowa. At the end of his lecture, John explained the negotiations that went on behind the scenes with Iowa Governor Terry Branstad and House Committee on Public Safety chair, Rep. Clel Baudler.

Iowa Representative John Forbes (4/23/2014) – 6 minutes and 11 seconds

On May 23, 2014, Iowa Governor Terry Branstad announced on Iowa Public Television’s Iowa Press program he will sign the bill and repeated some of the same things Rep. Forbes said in his lecture on April 23.

Iowa Governor Terry Branstad (5/23/2014) – 2 minutes and 13 seconds

Iowans for Medical Marijuana has begun endorsing candidates for the 2014 elections in Iowa.

Candidate Endorsements

May 24, 2014 – Iowans for Medical Marijuana has begun endorsing candidates for the 2014 elections in Iowa. Our candidate questionnaire can be downloaded here. We have endorsed one candidate so far, Hans Erickson for Iowa House District 47.