Medical Marijuana Regulatory Adjustment Testimony Working Session
We welcome patients interested in learning more about the proposed regulatory changes by the Department of Public Health and how to prepare testimony and speak about the changes to our medical cannabis program. MPAA will be holding a working session on testimony with patients at our offices in Boston which will include an overview of the proposed changes and what it means for patients.
You can read through all of the proposed amendments here: http://blog.mass.gov/publichealth/wp-content/uploads/sites/11/2016/09/105-CMR-725-Medical-Use-of-Marijuana.pdf
and here: https://www.healthlawpolicymatters.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/8/2016/09/Medical-Merijuna-Proposed-Regulations.pdf
All testimony must be sent to Reg.Testimony@state.ma.us including the sender’s full name and address with “Medical Use of Marijuana” in the subject line.
Testimony will be made public and available online. All testimony should be directed at the Public Health Council around the proposed regulatory adjustments.
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What: MPAA Public Health Council Testimony Working Session
When: Monday, December 12, 2016 4pm - 6pm
Where: 745 Atlantic Ave. 7th Floor Room 7C in Boston, MA
Why: Educate patients about the proposed regulatory changes and how to submit testimony to the Public Health Council about the proposed changes.
Nichole Snow, Executive Director of MPAA
Nichole is a tireless patient advocate fighting for full implementation of the medical marijuana ballot questions passed by Massachusetts voters in 2012. Featured throughout the media, she is constantly on the move advocating for safe access in local municipalities and at the state and national level.
Michael Latulippe, Development Director of MPAA
Michael has been an advocate for medical cannabis since 2007 in California and continues that mission today in Massachusetts. He works in a variety of capacities as Development Director including helping create events, fundraise, and connecting MPAA with the greater healthcare community.
What are my transportation/parking options? There is street parking around and parking garages in this district of Boston. If you need to carpool let us know by contacting email@example.com
Why should I attend? We encourage everyone to attend who thinks they might want to testify at the upcoming public hearing at the Department of Public Health about adjusting our medical cannabis program.
Views or opinions expressed by speakers or sponsors at our local Massachusetts Patient Advocacy Alliance (MPAA) educational events do not necessarily express the opinion or views of the MPAA organization or MPAA Foundation and we do not take responsibility for the views expressed or the actions of speakers or sponsors at our local events. The MPAA does not distribute cannabis in any form at our events.
745 Atlantic Ave
7th Floor Room 7C
Boston, MA 02111
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