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Marijuana Policy Project to Host Cannabis Business Roundtable; Talking to Children About Cannabis Townhall

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Washington, D.C. – April 25, 2022 (Investorideas.com Newswire) The Marijuana Policy Project, the nation’s leading cannabis policy reform organization, will host two virtual events on Wednesday. Both events are open to the press and the public.

Roundtable: Black Women Taking Over the Cannabis Industry

The first event, Black Women Taking Over the Cannabis Industry Roundtable, will feature Black female dispensary owners from across the country. The discussion, led by MPP’s President and CEO Toi Hutchinson, will cover topics including getting started in the cannabis industry; issues unique to small cannabis dispensary owners; advice on moving from the legacy market to the legal market; and how to talk to potential investors.

When: Wednesday, April 27 at 10:30 a.m. ET

Where: To register, follow the Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_qAcr6AxHRcu4tKr15AZvrw

Who: Toi Hutchinson, President and CEO of the Marijuana Policy Project (moderator)

Linda Mercado Greene, owner of Anacostia Organics in Washington, D.C.

Ariane Kirkpatrick, founder and CEO of Harvest of Ohio, Harvest Grows, and Harvest Processing

Adrienne Scales-Williams, co-owner of Luxury Leaf in St. Louis, MO

Jamila Owens-Todd, co-owner of Luxury Leaf in St. Louis, MO

How It’s Done: Talking to Children About Cannabis Townhall

During the second event, How It’s Done: Talking to Children About Cannabis, panelists will discuss why parents should talk to their children about cannabis, the appropriate age to talk to children about cannabis, risk factors and potential consequences of cannabis use for those under the age of 25, medical conditions treated by cannabis for patients under 18, and more.

When: Wednesday, April 27 at 3:30 p.m. ET

Where: To register, follow the Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_hNvkKpzSTHWFAdW-DAS_HA

Who: Toi Hutchinson, President and CEO of the Marijuana Policy Project

Dr. Carmen F. Jones, pediatrician in Las Vegas, Nevada

Joyce Gerber, host of “The Canna Mom Show,” an award-winning podcast about women in the emerging cannabis industry

Jessica Gonzalez, The Mommy Jane, a cannabis advocate and influencer helping smash the stigma of moms and marijuana

Founded in 1995, the Marijuana Policy Project (MPP) is the nation’s leading cannabis policy reform organization. MPP has played a central role in passing dozens of cannabis policy reforms in states across the country, including 10 successful cannabis legalization campaigns, and also works to advance federal reforms. Visit www.mpp.org for more information.

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