May 022015
 May 2, 2015

virginia normlThe tides of cannabis freedom are rising in the U.S. and with these exciting changes comes a flood of new information. There is a virtual sea of new legislation, ground-breaking research, and booming cannabis markets to navigate, and Virginia NORML is working to bring the best and the brightest, the top industry and reform leaders to share their insights with YOU at the 2015 Virginia Cannabis Conference in Richmond, October 16-18.

This year, we are assembling a powerhouse panel of presenters, connecting you with key players in cannabis legalization and targeting current hot topics like Women in Cannabis, the Politics of Weed, and Equal Access for Veterans. We’ll cover everything you’ll need to know for the upcoming state elections, and show you just how easy it is to effectively lobby your legislators.

Previous guest speakers have included Dr. Jahan Marcu, Vice Chair of Americans for Safe Access, Jan Carlos Byl, CEO of MedCanna Consulting, Malik Burnett of Drug Policy Alliance, TJ Thompson of Safe Access Virginia, staff members from National NORML, and Dr. Jon Gettman, noted author and former head of NORML. You can be assured that this year’s guests will educate and empower you to make an impact in cannabis reform and the exciting world that comes after legalization.

To make the conference easier to attend, we have created an early bird discount and an extended payment plan option this year. Register by the 10th of a month and your conference fee can be split into multiple smaller payments. There are several packages to choose from, so please visit our conference website, register to attend, and spread the word!

Source: Virginia NORML - http://www.vanorml.org/

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  2 Responses to “Announcing The 2015 Virginia Cannabis Conference”

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    Along these lines, the house GOP leaders rejected a proposal for veterans to be given information on the use of cannabis by VA doctors. This is a tremendous disservice to the servicemen that defended our country. Let’s keep in mind who the folks are so that the people not vote for them in the coming elections. Concerned veterans and us folks that support them need to keep track of who these GOP folks are. GO VOTE 2016!

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      here, here Family guy!!! Let’s vote those bast@rds who didn’t support this reasonable bill on of office ASAP!

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