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The mother of a busted and in jail collective operator and the sponsor of Oregon’s legalization initiative that will appear on the November ballot are the featured guests on the 6 p.m. Monday, July 30 broadcast and simulcast of Marijuana Compassion and Common Sense.
After 15 years of unsuccessful attempts, Paul Stanford, director of The Hemp and Cannabis Foundation which operates the THCF Medical Clinics found in many states that have legalized the medical use of marijuana, has finally qualified the Oregon Cannabis Tax Act (OCTA) for the November ballot. With Washington and Colorado already on board with their legalization initiatives, this makes three legalization initiatives that will be voted on this November. Paul will speak about what OCTA does as well as offer some choice comments on the ferocious editorial written in opposition to the initiative in Portland’s daily newspaper, the Oregonian.
Our second featured guest is Terry Sandusky – mother of Aaron Sandusky who operated the G3 collective in Upland and two others. Although everyone caught up in the federal raid has been released, Aaron still languishes in jail over some arcane bail issues. Hear how this cruel imprisonment has effected Aaron’s family and what they are doing about it.
Hear Paul Stanford and Terry Sandusky this Monday, July 30 at 6 p.m. on Marijuana Compassion and Common Sense on IE Talk Radio station KCAA 1050 AM and simulcast at www.kcaaradio.com. Tune in every Monday at 6 p.m. for news, views, humor and insightful interviews of informative guests on the subject dear to your existence – marijuana.