NOON – 601 W. PICO – LOS ANGELES
Steps from the Cannabis World Business Expo
Republican strategist Roger Stone will speak to a crowd of United States Cannabis Coalition supporters, this Friday, September 15th, at a rally to celebrate the groups successful effort to help extend the Rohrabacher-Blumenauer amendment in the current Congress.
The amendment prohibits Attorney General Jeff Sessions from using federal funds to prosecute growers, dispensers or adult users of cannabis in states that have legalized its use. The Rohrabacher-Blumenauer bill was set to expire on September 30th, and it failed to get enough support for an extension when it was blocked by the House Committee on Rules last week. The amendment was then successfully attached to the Congressional aid package for Hurricane Harvey.
‘It took Republicans and Democrats working together to save medicinal marijuana by attaching this protection to the appropriation deal worked out by President Trump, Senator Schumer and Minority Leader Pelosi,” said Stone, an outspoken libertarian who has been active in the drug law reform movement since 2003. “Now we must work together to insure the state legalized cannabis is protected permanently.”
Join The United States Cannabis Coalition at the The Alchemy Lounge at 12:00 P.M. this Friday, September 15th – to show Congress you support the state’s rights to legalize marijuana.
The rally will be held at the Alchemy Lounge, across the street from the Los Angeles Convention Center – and just steps from this weekends Cannabis World Congress & Business Expo.
ACCESS TO THE RALLY IS FREE OF CHARGE FROM 12 NOON TO 1PM
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SPONSORED BY THE UNITED STATES CANNABIS COALITION AND CALIFORNIA HOPE HEMP OUTREACH PROJECT FOR EDUCATION.
The United States Cannabis Coalition is a bi-partisan pro-cannabis advocacy group dedicated to protecting state’s rights and state mandated marijuana laws while influencing federal level decision makers to reform our antiquated and failed federal drug laws. To learn more about the United States Cannabis Coalition please visituscannabiscoalition.org.