Cannabis in California: Ending the 100-Year War

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All are invited to California NORML’s conference marking the 100th anniversary of marijuana prohibition in California. This two-day event, held January 26 & 27 at Ft. Mason Conference Center in San Francisco, will explore the history, causes and costs of the war on cannabis, and strategies for ending it.

Following up on Cal NORML’s “Next Steps” conferences of 2011, we will discuss concrete measures to reform California’s cannabis laws, both medical and otherwise, through legislation, litigation and ballot initiatives.

Speakers at this historic conference will include leading experts on cannabis, reform movement leaders, public officials, attorneys, scientific and medical experts.

CalNORML members write here for a registration discount code.

The Radisson at Fisherman’s Wharf is offering a special room rate for attendees. Call 415-392-6700 and ask for the California NORML group rate offered through January 10. Double rooms with balconies are available (and recommended).

Conference attendees will receive a 15% discount at SPARC, 1256 Mission St., SF on Friday, Saturday and Sunday of the conference. Just show your conference ticket or name tag to claim your discount. SPARC will host a fundraising party for attendees on Friday night starting at 7:30 PM. Also a “Centiversary” gala party will be held on Saturday night. Buy tickets for both events by clicking on the “Register” button above.

See a self-guided tour of Historic Cannabis-Related Sites in San Francisco.

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