TNMNews Focuses On How War On Drugs Have Hurt Students, Families
March 13, 2015 at 12:59 PM (PT)
On the latest episode of TNM NEWS, the unbiased marijuana talk radio program from DIGIPATH, focuses on how laws based on the War on Drugs have hurt students and families.
ORANGE COUNTY NORML founder/executive director KANDICE HAWES, also President of CAL STATE FULLERTON STUDENTS FOR SENSIBLE DRUG POLICTY (SSDP), describes problems students face around drugs. Later in the program, legendary cannabis cultivator JORGE CERVANTES describes his new emphasis on strains that patients can use to medicate without getting them high. Finally, DIANE GOLDSTEIN of LAW ENFORCEMENT AGAINST PROHIBITION (LEAP) and BIANCA BARNHILL of SPARK THE CONVERSATION discuss how current drug laws divert funding from education, rehabilitation and diversion. The program will stream at www.tnmnews.com and be broadcast on select terrestrial stations beginning this SATURDAY, MARCH 14th.
To book a guest or advertise on TNMNEWS.com, contact MARTIN WAGMAISTER at martin@TNMNews.com or (310) 561.6179.