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Attend The Missouri Cannabis Policy Conference

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missouri cannabis policy conferenceOne item on my bucket list is attending a Missouri Cannabis Policy Conference. The event is going to be attended by some of the hardest working activists in the nation. More information is below:

Show-Me Cannabis and Missouri NORML will be hosting a statewide conference in downtown Kansas City, on Saturday, November 16th. The one-day conference will include speakers presenting on local and national efforts to create more just and sensible marijuana policies, including a possible Missouri ballot initiative in 2014 or 2016.

Speakers will include Neill Franklin, Executive Director of Law Enforcement Against Prohibition; Alison Holcomb, Criminal Justice Director of the ACLU-Washington; Dan Rush, Director of Cannabis Workers Rising of North America of the United Food and Commercial Workers (UFCW); as well as the Show-Me Cannabis Board of Directors and other local experts.

The conference will take place at EventPort 208 in the Crossroads Arts District, and an evening fundraiser will follow nearby.

Come join us in the Missouri marijuana revolution!

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  1. I read an article recently that said missouri already has the details of their proposal laid out but were just waiting to see if they had enough support to try getting it on the ballot for 2014. Do you know where I could find and read those details? The only ones I can find was for the 2012 prop.

  2. I was told by the people behind the Missouri campaign that home cultivation will absolutely be a part of their initiative, and they won’t accept a Washington model. Whether or not they stick to it, only time will tell.

  3. Mr. bloomingtonton hit the nail on the head, for me that is the most important aspect is the right to grow my own medication. I cant afford to buy it now but if it were legal I could certainly grow enough for myself.

  4. Johnny Bloomington on

    If Alison Holcomb is involved in the future, just know that us Missourians want home grow unlike I-502.

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