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Washington, D.C. -- Medical marijuana patient Larry Harvey, is speaking out on Capitol Hill about his prosecution. Harvey will be joined by a bipartisan group of Congressional Representatives including Paul Broun (R-GA), Earl Blumenauer (D-OR), and Sam Farr (D-CA), to discuss Harvey's case and the "Kettle Falls 5," as well as an upcoming Congressional action aimed at ending these types of federal medical marijuana prosecutions.
Washington, D.C. -- Medical marijuana patient Larry Harvey, 70, is traveling to Washington, D.C. this week to persuade Congress to stop funding unnecessary federal prosecutions like his. Harvey is one of the "Kettle Falls 5," a federal medical marijuana case that is scheduled to go to trial next week in Spokane, Washington on May 12th.
Spokane, WA -- Family members from a rural area of eastern Washington are expected to go to trial next month on federal marijuana charges, despite the Obama Administration's repeated claims that it does not target seriously ill patients.