Once at the park, the marijuana-marketing masses will listen to speeches by hempologist Jack Herer, author of "The Emperor Wears No Clothes," an argument against the government's drug interdiction program, and Greens Party presidential candidate Steven Gaskin, who moved the would-be pot-collective, The Farm, from California to Tennessee in 1971.
The route was carefully planned to draw CNN's attention to the news value of the war against the War on Drugs.
"We'll be on instead of Elian, for a change," says Paul Cornwell, head of Coalition for the Abolition of Marijuana Prohibition. The Chamber of Commerce is also targeted because of its support of "Drugs Don't Work," a program that rewards companies that test workers for drug use.
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