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U.S.: New TV/Internet PSA Unveiled; Designed To Highlight Hypocrisy Of Marijuana Laws

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HOBO Unveils Latest Effort In Continuing PSA Campaign To End Prohibition Of Marijuana

Creative Audio/Content Production House Releases “Very Presidential” -- New TV/Internet Spot Designed To Highlight Hypocrisy Of Current Marijuana Laws.

By Steve Elliott
Hemp News

A new TV/Internet PSA spot has just been unveiled which is designed to expose the federal government’s fraudulent handling of marijuana as a Schedule I drug (considered most dangerous, equivalent in danger to heroin and more dangerous than cocaine and methampetamine, both of which are considered Schedule II).

The spot was produced HOBO – the creative audio post and content production company led by company Founder/President Howard Bowler. The PSA will be available to grassroots organizations for use on websites, social networks and during live community events.

A version of the spot "will target states such as Ohio where marijuana legalization measures are on the ballot," according to a HOBO press release, although one finds oneself wishing other states would be spotlighted, since Ohio's legalization measure is easily the worst in the nation, as it hands control of commercial growing in the state to the 10 wealthy investors who financed the campaign.

U.S.: Dr. Oz Expands Conversation On World Health Day To Include Medical Marijuana

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The conversation is changing! The Dr. Mehmet Oz show observed World Health Day with a moving public service announcement and call to action on medical marijuana.

"This year, I want to make sure that we address and understand three paramount issues for which we can all make a difference: marijuana as medicine, transgender awareness, and the right to end pain and suffering," Dr. Oz posted on Facebook. "Each of you have the power to create true change."

Check out the PSA at the link below, and be sure to share far and wide!

Dr. Oz PSA On Medical Marijuana For World Health Day

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