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Medical marijuana activist Steven Wynn Kubby is expected back in Placer Superior Court today for a hearing on his request to use edible cannabis while he serves a 120-day jail sentence for a drug conviction in 2000.
By KATIE WILSON Staff Writer
A Regina AIDS patient who uses marijuana for medicinal purposes has been charged with illegally growing the drug.
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Stew Albert, a co-founder of the theatrically unruly Youth International Party -- whose members were more commonly known as Yippies -- and one of the last remaining radical leftists of a colorful cohort that once included Jerry Rubin, Abbie Hoffman, Bobby Seale, Huey Newton,...
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A FORMER pop star has admitted growing cannabis in her West Footscray Victoria house.
AUBURN -- Medical marijuana activist Steve Kubby asked a Placer County judge today to let him use cannabis while he serves a 120-day jail sentence for a drug conviction in 2000. The Placer sheriff's department said it is opposed to the idea.