Final Day Conference Agenda and Live Stream


Saturday, April 23

Moderator: George Rohrbacher, medical patient, NORML Board of Directors

8:00-10:00am: NORML Chapter Breakfast (invitation only)
Moderator: Russ Belville, NORML Outreach Coordinator

9:00-10:00am: NORML Conference Registration and Products Desk

10:00-Noon: Breakout Sessions

1. High Times Cultivation
Moderator: Danny Danko, High Times Magazine

2. Colorado’s Cannabis Commerce Laws
Moderator: Warren Edson, Esq.

  • Jill Lamoureux, BCC the MMED advisory board and the CDPHE advisory board
  • Dan Hartman, Director, Colorado State Medical Marijuana Enforcement Division

3. NORML Legal Committee: How Not To Get Busted
Moderator: Dan Viets, NORML board of directors and MO NORML

  • Stephen Dillon, Esq., Chair – NORML Board of Directors
  • Norm Kent, Esq., Ft. Lauderdale, FL
  • Leonard Frieling, Esq., Boulder, CO
  • Jeri Shepherd, Esq., Greeley, CO
  • Lauren Maytin, Esq., Aspen, CO

4. Medibles: Cannabis & Cooking

  • Scott Durrah
  • The Candy Girls
  • Jessica of Twirling Hippy Confections

Noon-1:30pm: Marijuana: Physicians and Researchers Perspectives and Experiences
Moderator: Paul Armentano, NORML Deputy Director

  • Alan Shackelford, M.D., Amarimed
  • David Bearman, M.D., American Academy of Cannabinoid Medicine; Sutter County Health
    Department
  • Amanda Reiman, Ph.D, UC Berkeley; Berkeley Patients Group
  • Robert Winnicki, Full Spectrum Labs
  • Larry Bedard, M.D., American College of Emergency Physicians

1:30-3:00pm: Keynote Luncheon – U.S. Congressman Jared Polis
Introduction: Keith Stroup, NORML Founder

3:00-4:30pm: Marijuana and Safety: Real Myths, Real Concerns
Moderator: Marsha Rosenbaum, Ph.D

  • Paul Armentano, NORML Deputy Director
  • Dale Gieringer, Ph.D, CA NORML
  • Amanda Reiman, Ph.D, UC Berkeley and Berkeley Patients Group

4:30-4:45pm: Break

4:45-6:00pm: Lester Grinspoon, M.D. – Questions and Answers with a Marijuana Maverick
Noted cannabis researcher and author, Harvard Medical School (Emeritus)

8:00pm: NORML Annual Fundraiser, hosted by Mile High NORML of Colorado
Tickets $75/pp, purchased directly from NORML, limited space available!
Performance by Nashville singer/songwriter Greta Gaines
Music, food, kegs of hemp ale, video games, pinball machines, glass blowers and other ‘fun’!
Transportation for the fundraiser provided by Rasta Bus

 

 

16 thoughts

  1. The day after Good Friday, The Final Day of The confrence I hope and pray that Obama will come forth and declare with his last breath, Free Cannabis.
    Cannabis has been in use for thousands of years, the free people do not need another committee to figure it out.
    Too many drug cops, too many lawyers, too many experts.
    Cannabis is like a vegetable, good greens in your diet will lead to a healthier life.
    As a tax payer in this USA I say too many taxes, too many drug cops, too many fat experts.

  2. Read my liveblogging of the conference feed here: Liveblogging the 40th Annual NORML Conference in Denver from Tennessee for A Spokane Website – http://chronicdiscontent.wordpress.com/2011/04/23/liveblogging-the-40th-annual-norml-conference-in-denver-from-tennessee-for-a-spokane-website-part-1/
    Quoting presentations by Neill Franklin, LEAP; Dr. David Bearman, AACM; Dr. Alan Shackelford, Harvard researcher and marijuana doctor; Dr. Amanda Reiman, Berkeley Patients Group; and Dale Gieringer, California NORML.

  3. Any reasonable person knows that justice is “the finding of the truth.” So! the question then becomes – “Why hasn’t the Justice Dept. shown due diligence in finding the truth?” It’s rather obvious that our visualization of the truth is not the same as the DOJ’s visualization of the truth. The intention of justice is to prove the guilty – guilty – and – set the innocent free. Government has not demonstrated that intent – and – the cost of doing business with government is far too expensive. The Justice Dept. is not there to “make law/policy” – they are there to “carry out law/policy.” They are there to uphold and defend the laws of the state. “So much for justice.”
    THE POINT OF NO RETURN. It’s safe to say – we have “passed the point of no return” – there’s no going back – we can only go forward. OK! – do we go forward with full force – or – do we go forward half assed? It’s an individual choice each of us have to decide – whether we’re in or out. If you don’t believe you can win – you won’t win. If in – fasten you seat belt – you’re in for a ride. If out – you’re out – with no way to go. If any individual is worried about public image – it won’t get tarnish by abstention. It may effect one’s personal image – but – no go – no show. It’s a matter of full dedication and commitment to freedom.

  4. Free Cannabis
    My Path in this world, I Pray
    I wonder about my soul, when I must come before the table of Eternal Wonder, what do I bring?

  5. Hi, I was a long time subscriber to High Times Magazine. I stopped because I ran out of money, and N.O.R.M.A.L. just got too Expensive. I’m back, in the groove again at age 72 , but I find that I cannot puff anymore. It hurts! ! I had books on most phases of Marijuana use, cultivation, and receipies for how to cook , process & use marijuana [ “brownies”, cakes, fudge,that I bought through “High Times” Magazine years ago, but a neighbors Son illegally entered my house, and stole ALL OF MY BOOKS RELATING TO MARIJUANA. Are there any books available for purchase, on the subject of cooking with Marijuana? How do I buy them? Also, is “HIGH TIMES” magazine still around? Does anyone have recepies, that I can buy, beg, or borrow? Thanks Much! Bill H.

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