General Meeting, July 17 6:30

Thursday July 17 6:30 Cal Anderson Shelter House

This month’s general meeting will be exciting and informative –focusing on Washington State’s new marijuana laws.

Presentations will be on the new pot laws and their implications for the Hill and Seattle generally.

City Councilmember Sally Clark will be attending and answering questions.

Chris Anderson from Calyx King will be speaking on the topic of growing and distribution.

Calyx King Consulting is a team of diverse professionals who’ve partnered together for more than a decade. in the ground-breaking, game-changing business of legal marijuana. Chris was an attorney with the Canna Law Group, the premier cannabis-specific business law practice, where he assisted cannabis-industry clients with all phases of business formation, licensing, operations, and regulatory compliance. He started his career as a commercial litigator at Perkins Coie LLP and spent five years in Microsoft’s Legal & Corporate Affairs, advising the Office of General Counsel and the company’s worldwide Operations leaders on strategic sourcing, multinational contracting, and departmental practice management.

Martin Martinez of  Lifevine Medical Group (a not-for-profit membership organization of patients, who work together, pooling resources to produce the highest quality medical marijuana at the lowest cost) will also be there to discuss medical marijuana.

Unlike a buyer’s club or dispensary, Lifevine does not buy marijuana and resell it to patients. In a collective garden, qualifying patients share responsibility for the resources required to produce and process medical cannabis. Martin Martinez operates Lifevine Medical Group on Capitol Hill across the street from Group Health.

James Lathrop of Cannabis City will discuss the retail side of the new laws.

Cannabis City was he first store to open in the state selling legal marijuana for recreational use.

As always we will have updates and announcements on other issues pertinent to Capitol Hill.

Champion update

Committee reports


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