Californians to Regulate Medical Marijuana Hold "Unity" Conference & Lobby Day in SacramentoPress conference on Monday at Capitol, followed by lobby visits to each State Assembly & Senate office
Sacramento, CA -- Californians to Regulate Medical
Marijuana, a Political Action Committee formed in the fall of 2011
to push for passage of a statewide production and distribution
system, is holding a "Unity Conference" this weekend, followed by a
press conference and lobby day on Monday. Advocates will gather at
the Sacramento Central Labor Council on Saturday and Sunday to build
their skills and strategize on passing statewide regulations.
Hundreds of advocates will then gather on Monday at the Capitol to
lobby every State Assembly and Senate office.
What: Unity Conference hosted by Californians to Regulate Medical MarijuanaThe Unity Conference is being organized by Americans for Safe Access (ASA), the United Food and Commercial Workers Union, California NORML, the Coalition for Cannabis Policy Reform, and the Emerald Growers Association. Experts and leaders in the medical marijuana community will engage participants in better understanding the political and legal landscape in California and help them to influence policy. Video addresses have been prepared by Congressmen Dana Rohrabacher (R-Huntington Beach), Sam Farr (D-Carmel), and State Assembly member Tom Ammiano (D-San Francisco).
When: Saturday, May 19th & Sunday, May 20th from 10am-5:30pm
Where: Central Labor Council, 2840 El Centro Road, Suite 111, Sacramento
What: Press conference to announce lobby day and push for passage of AB 2312
When: Monday, May 21st at 12 Noon
Where: State Capitol, 10th & L Streets, Sacramento