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Washington State Cannabis Industry: Sun Grown Symposium hosted by the Canna Law Group on July 17


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The Sun Grown Symposium hosted by the Canna Law Group 

SEATTLE, Wash. — The Liquor Control Board (LCB) officially approved outdoor growing for I-502 stakeholders in its July 3rd revisions to the draft rules. Whether you are a producer, processor, or retailer, and whether or not you plan to grow indoors or outdoors, we encourage you to attend our Sun Grown Symposium on July 17 to learn about the legality, feasibility, and policies regarding outdoor cannabis growing.

Outdoor growing could change economies of scale, environmental impacts, and industry development, and all of these could impact your cannabis business.

This symposium will give you insight into various commercial plans and logistics for outdoor growers and provide a unique opportunity to question members of the LCB on why they chose to permit outdoor growing and the role they see for sun grown cannabis. LCB speakers will also touch on outdoor growing security and traceability issues.

Attendees will be updated on the current and potential positions of the federal government on outdoor grows and on state and local governments' plans to manage outdoor growing operations in their communities. 

Speakers at the symposium include Alison Holcomb, parent author of I-502 and Director of Drug Policy at the ACLU; Sharon Foster, LCB Director; Randy Simmons, one of the LCB's lead staffers on I-502; Washington State Representative Joel Kretz; and Jeremy Moberg, President of the Okanogan Cannabis AssociationHilary Bricken, attorney with the Canna Law Group, will moderate.

Online registration will close on July 15, 2013, at 5 p.m. PST. Registrations and payment will be accepted at the door on the day of the Symposium. They will accept cash or credit card at the door, but please no personal checks. 

If you can't physically attend the Symposium, registration for live streaming audio and Powerpoint slides will be available through GoToWebinar. Audio-only registrants will receive their GoToWebinar registration form and attendee informational packets on July 16, 2013 via email from the Canna Law Group by 5 p.m.

We hope to see you at this groundbreaking Sun Grown Symposium.  

Please bring your questions! 

Register Online Now For the Sun Grown Symposium 

About Canna Law Group

Founded in 2010, the Canna Law Group is a practice area of the Seattle law firm, Harris Moure, pllc. The Canna Law Group helps its business clientele navigate the ever-changing, complicated recreational and medical cannabis laws of Washington state. With the passage of Initiative 502 (I-502), Washington's new adult cannabis use laws, the Canna Law Group has expanded all of its coprorate, transactional, intellectual property, and litigation services to I-502 stakeholders and businesses, with a focus on advising clients on how to obtain an I-502 license from the Liquor Control Board. Whether it concerns I-502 or medical cannabis, Canna Law Group will work with you to help you realize your rights as a cannabis business, grower, processor, testing facility, or auxiliary business. Help to set the standard for the future of cannabis by becoming a Canna Law Group client today. Visit cannabislawseattle.com for more information.

About Cannabis Business Group (CBG)

The Cannabis Business Group (CBG) is one of Washington's fastest growing cannabis trade organizations. The CBG is strictly focused on I-502 implementation and currently concentrates all of its efforts on lobbying the Liquor Control Board (LCB) for meaningful and sustainable regulations for producers, processors, and retailers under I-502. For more information about why and how to join the CBG, visit cannabisbusinessgroup.org.


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