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Upcoming Marijuana Policy Project Fundraisers

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marijuana policy project mpp fundraiserThere are two fundraisers coming up to support the Marijuana Policy Project. Below is information about both:

MPP Fall Fundraising Benefit
Wednesday, September 18
6:30pm-9:30pm

Philip Williams Posters
52 Warren Street
(between West Broadway and Church Street)
Tribeca, NYC

$150 in advance, $175 at the door

Guest Speakers: Assemblyman Richard Gottfried, Senator Liz Krueger, Senator Diane Savino, and MPP’s Rob Kampia.

Join us for our annual fall fundraising benefit as we celebrate our many recent victories, encourage progress in the marijuana industry, and talk about the status of medical marijuana in the Empire State.

Buy a ticket at this link

The 3rd Annual Bootleggers Ball

October 12, 2013  •  7:00 PM • San Francisco, CA

Join MPP at this swanky roaring 20s-themed gala featuring celebrity guest appearances, an amazing silent auction, phenomenal food and drinks, and tours of the event venue, a historic San Francisco landmark.

If you’ve been following the news, you know that we are on the cusp of major change in the way our nation regards and regulates marijuana. We have a narrow window to accomplish some critical steps toward that change and, by attending this event, you will help us do just that!

The party will be held at the beautiful William Westerfeld Mansion in San Francisco. Built in the 1880s, the Mansion has had many incarnations, including a nightclub, a commune, and a recording and rehearsal studio for bands like the Grateful Dead and Family Dogg. The Mansion has been completely restored to a 1930s era theme and is full of antiques and historic memorabilia.

We’ll see you there!

Buy a ticket at this link

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