Spend 4/20 at Reason in L.A. Talking About the Future of Drug Policy
Also: tacos and margaritas!
Attorney General Jeff Sessions has called marijuana "only slightly less awful" than heroin. But with cannabis legal in 28 states and Washington, D.C., it's clear that federal and state drug policy is at odds. Can the Trump Administration really stop marijuana legalization? How is California dealing with the uncertainty that surrounds this legal industry? What can we expect in the next four years—and beyond?
On Thursday, April 20, you are cordially invited to join Reason for a discussion of present and future drug policy with four experts in the field:
- Diane Goldstein, Law Enforcement Action Partnership
- Lynne Lyman, California State Director, Drug Policy Alliance
- Kenny Morrison, President, California Cannabis Manufacturers Association
- Jeffrey Chen, UCLA Brain Research Institute, Cannabinoid Affinity Group
Reason.tv's own Zach Weissmueller, who recently interviewed cannabis entrepreneurs about the future of drug policy under President Trump, will moderate this wide-ranging discussion.
Thursday, April 20. Doors open at 4:00 p.m., Panel begins at 4:20 p.m.
Reason's Los Angeles headquarter, 5737 Mesmer Ave. 90230.
Post-panel tacos and margaritas by RASTA TACO
RSVP by Tuesday, April 18 to Mary Toledo, 310-391-2245 or email@example.com