2017 National Cannabis Summit | August 28-30, 2017 - Denver, CO

AN OBJECTIVE NATIONAL FORUM FOR CHANGING
PUBLIC POLICY, PUBLIC HEALTH, TREATMENT AND RESEARCH

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Attendee Information for the 2017 National Cannabis Summit

Attendees to the 2017 National Cannabis Summit

    • Addiction treatment and recovery specialists
    • Community-based leaders
    • Criminal justice professionals
    • Health care providers
    • Leading researchers and academics
    • Prevention professionals
    • Public health professionals
    • Public policymakers and elected officials
    • Youth-serving organizations