Archive for the 'Todd Levitt' Category

Snoop Dogg & Sir Patrick Stewart invest in Medical Marijuana Company, Oxford Cannabinoid Technology (OCT). Craig and Todd discuss which countries were the first to legalize Marijuana and which countries still consider it illegal. Countries discussed include, France, Italy, Uruguay, Australia & more. Funny story from Powell, Wyoming where pranksters planted marijuana seeds in city owned flower pots. Todd during one segment goes off on elected officials. This show moves fast and is will leave the listener wanting more.

Mitch & Grant Perry, from Pure Vitality stop by the studio to talk about their amazing business located at 128 E Broadway, Michigan (989) 817-4663 mipurevitality.com

 

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Per Rule 40, Section 2(a) of the Emergency Rules, a licensed provisioning center may sell or transfer marijuana products to a visiting patient from another state. Michigan Driver Responsibility program ends October 1, 2018. Does Japan allow Medical Marijuana? What labels are prohibited when it comes to packaging medical marijuana products?

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When you hire a lawyer be sure you receive a written fee agreement spelling out both parties obligations. Lawyers should not tell you what you want to hear and never make promises or guarantees. When you send your children off to school, can school officials go through their locker without permission? What police powers if any do private security guards have?

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This episode covers a wide range of topics including The Coalition to Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol, Banking & much more. 

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Senator, Cory Gardner, (R-CO) in a bipartisan move introduced the Strengthening the Tenth Amendment Entrusting States (States) ACT. The Act would exempt state-legal cannabis from the Controlled Substances Act, which would allow states to legalize and regulate cannabis as they see fit. This episode explores the amazing benefits to states, individuals and the country with passage of this Act. 

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A driver of a rented vehicle who is not an authorized driver under the rental agreement may have an expectation of privacy in the vehicle. Vehicles may be searched without warrant if one of the exceptions to a warrantless search exist. In 1966, the U.S Supreme Court decided the historic case of Miranda v. Arizonia declaring that whenever a person is taken into police custody, before being questioned he or she must be told of the Fifth Amendment right not to make any self incriminating statements

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Article VI of the U.S. Constitution provides the "the laws of the United States... shall be the supreme law of the land, '' thus establishing that federal law preempts state law on certain issues if a court determines the two cannot coexist. Controlled Substance Act ("CSA") passed in 1970. This episode provides information, humor and law, Enjoy!!

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How do I register a minor (under the age of 18) with the Michigan Medical Marijuana Program (MMMP)? The parent or legal guardian of a minor patient (under 18) must submit, in one envelope a complete MMMP Minor Application Packet, which can be found on www.michigan.gov/mmp. The Driver License Compact is an interstate compact used by States of The United States to exchange information concerning license suspensions and traffic violations of non-residents and forward them to the state where they are licensed known as the home state. This episode is fun, informative and moves fast, ENJOY!!

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Grow Weed at McGill University and get a Degree. McGill University in Canada is offering students with a background in plant sciences an opportunity to learn how to cultivate marijuana as part of its academic programming. Todd & Craig also discuss how Canadian legalization of Marijuana will affect the mutual border crossings and cause delays trying to enter the states. Todd tell Craig he would make a horrible witness for that he talks to much and would spill shis beans. This episode delivers a fast, fun and informative show.

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Townships and Municipalities throughout Michigan have opted into allowing marijuana related businesses to open and have enacted ordinances that comply with the new state statue. Attorney, Robert J. Piziali, joins the show to discuss why the suburbs of Detroit have opted to do nothing against the will of the people. It makes no sense that communities all across Michigan have opting in while the suburbs do nothing.. This episode discusses those issues and more. Enjoy!!!

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