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CCPC 2020 POLICY SUMMIT RECAP


It was inspiring to witness the packed room of cannabis enthusiasts, budtenders, business leaders, and policy makers who came together to educate the public and address key issues for cannabis consumers. On March 2nd, the Cannabis Consumer Policy Council's 2020 Policy Summit, was held in Sacramento, CA. With topics ranging from employee protections to expanding local access, participants were given a behind the scenes look at the legislation and regulations that impact consumers on a daily basis. This event's success was only made possible through a coalition of cannabis advocates, industry, policy makers, and labor leaders coming together to address the rising concerns for consumers, patients, and employees in our current post-legalization era.

We would like to express our gratitude to everyone involved for believing in the importance of equality, access, and protections for cannabis consumers. It is through your support that events like these are possible. We would like to also thank our industry partner; the United Cannabis Business Association (UCBA) for providing scholarship tickets to ensure that everyone had access.





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