eric roberts

eric roberts

Weed Nation: Moving Beyond Legalization

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Jon Stewart disrupted traditional political news.. Now, it's time for a revolution in health & human behavior. Introducing the new online series REEF MADNESS; First Episode: Actor Eric Roberts, Politician Paul Chabot, Host Dr. Reef Karim and Weed Advocate Bob Bowerman battle it out on what's next now that weed is becoming legalized and more accepted in American society. Eric Roberts Eric is a highly esteemed actor, and a two-time Golden Globe and Academy Award nominee. He has starred in hundreds of movies, most recently the blockbusters The Dark Knight and Inherent Vice. In 2010 he was a cast member in the VH1 Series Celebrity Rehab for medical marijuana dependency. Paul Chabot Paul is currently a candidate for California’s 31st Congressional District. He is an Iraq war veteran and worked for nearly 6 years in the White House in the Office of National Drug Control Policy. He served in both the Clinton and Bush administrations, and was promoted to White House Senior Advisor for Law Enforcement, Justice and Drug Control Programs. Bob Bowerman Bob is the original founder and President of the Sacramento Chapter of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML), and one of the origional proponents of MCLR cannabis legalization initiatives. Bob has been representing patients and the industry working closely with the League of Cities and CA Police Chiefs Association with the medical cannabis regulation bill AB266. His goal is to legalize cannabis for adults with the 2016 ballots. Dr. Reef Karim Dr. Reef is a double board certified psychiatrist, addiction medicine physician, writer, comedic host and TV personality who has appeared on Oprah, Dr. Oz, Larry King Live, Anderson Cooper 360, The Today Show, Nightline and many others. He is an assistant clinical professor at UCLA Semel Institute for Neuroscience and the founder of The Control Center in Beverly Hills, a personal development outpatient treatment center.