RadioActive: Medical Cannabis, Na'i Aupuni, Teaching Children Peace

  • November 22, 2015
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On this edition of RadioActive:

Find out the latest on medical cannabis legislation with Jessica Gleim and Turner Bitton of the Drug Policy Project of Utah, the group working to balance politics and patients. Plus an interview from the archives with Sen. Mark Madsen (R-Saratoga Springs), who is crafting legislation to legalize marijuana for medical purposes in the Beehive State:

At least two medical cannabis bills will come up during the 2016 legislative session that starts in January. The DPP will host several open houses in the coming weeks to educate and organize the public on the issues and the political process:

Saturday, December 05, 2015 at 06:30 PM
Provo Library in Provo, UT

Thursday, December 10, 2015 at 06:30 PM
Weber County Library - Pleasant Valley Branch in Washington Terrace, UT

Wednesday, January 06, 2016 at 06:30 PM
Davis County Library - Kaysville Branch in Kaysville, UT

Plus, the indigenous sovereignty movement is changing the way native rights are handled in Hawaii, and it reaches all the way to the Beehive State. Utahns Kamaile Tripp and Soulee Stroud talk with Nick Burns about the movement. Bumpy Kanahele joins by phone from Hawaii. CLICK HERE TO LISTEN.

And CLICK HERE to here how Liz Shropshire is working to change the climate of refugee relations one harmonica at a time.

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Episode details:

Broadcast date: Sunday, November 22, 2015
Hosts: Nick Burns and Lara Jones
Producer: Lara Jones