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Tribal Cannabis Conference. With State Contract In Legislature And Possible On-Site Tribal Retail And Consumptive Venues This Should Be Informative.

A Lot Of Cannabis Action

With major cannabis bills moving through the legislature including a Tribal/State Contract bill, Washington State is poised to lead the way in coordination with sovereign nations in the regulation of both medical and recreational cannabis use.

Conference At The Tulalip

Harris Moure, through its Canna Law Group, and Odawi Law, PLLC, will be co-hosting the nation’s first ever Tribal Cannabis Conference on February 27, 2015, from 8:30 a.m. until 5:30 p.m.at the Tulalip Resort Casino in Washington State. Please join us as we discuss, analyze, and educate stakeholders on emerging issues stemming from the December 2014 Department of Justice statement regarding the legalization of marijuana cultivation, manufacturing, and distribution on tribal lands. The seminar’s focus will be on the potential legalization of commercial marijuana cultivation, manufacturing, and distribution in Indian tribal jurisdictions.
If you are interested in understanding the business and legal implications of marijuana legalization in Indian Country, this event is for you!
If you have any questions, please contact Megan via email at megan@harrismoure.com or at (206) 224-5657.


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