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The Marijuana Business Association Celebrates 5 Years of Legalization

In its first five years, the Marijuana Business Association (MJBA) has quickly established itself as one of the leading national b2b organizations in legal cannabis.  Established to provide business intelligence, professional networking and new business opportunity, MJBA hosts regular industry networking meetups, boot camps and seminars in WashingtonOregonColorado,  New York and Ohio with MJBA Massachusetts and MJBA Nevada communities scheduled to activate in 2018.

Interested in being a part of the fastest growing industry in America?  Introduce yourself via email: info@mjba.net

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“Evergreen” Film Challenges President Obama to End War on Marijuana

If you’re going to Seattle, please remember there’ll be flowers in the air…One of the highlights of this year’s Seattle International Film Festival (SIFF) was “Evergreen: The Road to Legalization in Washington.”

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I-502 film sparks debate after SIFF World Premiere 

The new Marijuana documentary “Evergreen: The Road to Legalization in Washington” has received critical acclaim and enthusiastic audience response during its World Premiere last week at the Seattle International Film Festival (SIFF).
“Evergreen” is a behind-the-scenes examination of Washington State Initiative 502, which legalized recreational marijuana for the first time in America. The 86-minute film shines a light on the heated process that led to I-502’s passage, including the controversial impact of its implementation on the future of United States drug policy.
In the closing moments of the documentary, Vivian McPeak, Executive Director of Seattle Hempfest, makes a hopeful plea to the President for policy reform at the Federal level:
“President Obama, we’ve lived under the specter of the iron curtain of prohibition all of our lives. President Obama, tear down this wall.”
“Evergreen” finished as one of the Top Ten Documentaries screened…

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