There is a ton of stuff going on in Oregon cannabis policy right now. It feels like there are so many moving parts to Oregon’s cannabis industry that it’s nearly impossible to keep track of. And that doesn’t even include potential federal policy changes that may be coming down the pipeline. Want to know what Oregon’s Governor is thinking when it comes to cannabis policy? Do you want to know what Oregon’s congressional delegation is up to, which is more than any other congressional delegation in America right now?
You can get the scoop tomorrow night at the second Oregon Quarterly Cannabis Caucus in Portland. The event is hosted by one of my favorite organizations out there (and have been since 2010), the National Cannabis Industry Association. The event will be held at Ecotrust 721 NW 9th Ave, Ste 200, Portland, Oregon 97209. Below is more information, via the event’s Facebook page:
Join local members and supporters for NCIA’s second Oregon Quarterly Cannabis Caucus of 2017!
This event will educate, connect, and inspire you and your team, with a state and federal policy briefing as well as meaningful networking opportunities with regional and national industry leaders. There’s never been a more important time to connect with your fellow industry peers and arm yourself with information. Light hors d’oeuvres, non-alcoholic beverages and a cash bar will be provided.
Marijuana Policy Advisor for Governor Kate Brown
Field Representative for Congressman Earl Blumenauer
6:30 PM – Registration Opens
6:30 PM – 7:15 PM – Open Networking
7:15 PM – 8:15 PM – Programming
8:15 PM – 9:00 PM – Open Networking
9:00 PM – Event Concludes
Be sure to register ahead of time at the tickets link above.
Free for NCIA Members
$50 for Non-Members
Sponsorship Opportunities available. Please contact Sponsorship@TheCannabisInd
NCIA’s Quarterly Cannabis Caucus events are held in the cannabis industry’s 8 most active regions during the first month of each new quarter, January, April, July, and October. To learn more about the event series, visit NCIA’s Quarterly Cannabis Caucus page under the Events tab.
Questions? Please contact events@thecannabisindustry