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Tonight on Inquiry we welcome back Adam Zahler, Associate Professor of Theatre at Worcester State University and also the Chair of Visual and Performing Arts Department. Adam talks about the new production of Tony Kushner’s masterpiece Angels in America: The Millineum Approaches. Performances at Worcester State University will be November 15, 16, and 17 at 8PM and November 18 at 2PM. For information about tickets and times, please go to:
Could medical cannabis be the next big cash crop for America? What is the real cost of America’s on-going drug war? Tune in tonight when we talk with writer and reporter Doug Fine who spent a year with the hard-working cannabis farmers of Mendocino County, California where under strict control people are legally growing marijuana for medicinal use despite constant harassment by the Federal government. This question about the decriminalization of marijuana is on the Massachusetts State ballot this November, so if you want to know what’s at stake, listen in. Doug Fine’s book is: Too High to Fail: Cannabis and the New Green Economic Revolution.