Join MCBA, Supernova Women, The San Jose Cannabis Equity Working Group & The Hood Incubator for a night of fun after a full day at NCIA’s Cannabis Business Summit & Expo. Unwind with the us and enjoy some chill vibes. Food Trucks will be on site.
Tickets are $15 & includes (2) tickets for the Vape Bar – (hosted by Guild Extracts & Vape Exhale) or Beer & Wine Bar.
Join your colleagues at the Cannabis Law Institute, the seminal two-day cannabis industry legal education event produced by the National Cannabis Bar Association in partnership with The George Washington University Law School on September 7-8, 2017 in Washington D.C.
MCBA is excited to bring the MCBA Medical Summit to Baltimore, MD for its inaugural event in a series of summits to be held across the country. MCBA’s Medical Summit will bring together medical professionals, cultivators, processors, and patients of color together, for the first time, to discuss the merits of cannabis medicine and the significant role cannabis can play in the treatment of illness and disease in communities of color. MCBA will host its Medical Summit at The Motor House in Baltimore, MD on Saturday, September 22. 2018 from 1-4pm.
The Medical Summit will offer to patients on-site registration assistance with the Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission (MMCC), and free medical consultations with a Cannabis Medicine Specialist on condition-specific medical cannabis use.
To register as a medical cannabis patient with the MMCC, a patient must bring:
- A copy of a valid US government-issued photo ID
- Proof of Maryland address (i.e. a utility bill or other billing statement)
- A copy of a clear, recent photo
- Know the last four digits of their Social Security Number
At the MCBA Medical Summit, we will discuss the potential role of cannabis in closing the Minority Health Disparity Gap while addressing the history of cannabis prohibition, and the devastating effects and lasting impressions prohibition has left on communities of color. We will talk through the common myths about cannabis that pose barriers to consideration, and introduce the audience to local professionals and business owners of color who are prepared to serve the patients in their communities.