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MORE Act Webinar
As we head toward a new Congress and new Administration, the passage of the MORE Act which removed cannabis from the U.S. Controlled Substances Act sends a strong message that members are motivated to recognize the legalization of cannabis.

Join us on December 14, when the Natural Products Association will host a webinar examining the recently passed MORE Act and how it affects the CBD and dietary supplement industry.

The panelists will discuss:
• The current status of cannabis in the states
• An overview of the MORE Act
• Legislative outlook for the 117th Congress and
• How the MORE Act implicates the CBD and dietary supplement markets

Our Panelists:

1. Bob Hoban sits at the center of the world’s largest commercial cannabis industry network; a cannabis industry ecosystem that he has painstakingly cultivated since 2008. Since the cannabis industry became commercialized, he has been widely credited for creating the class of lawyers now known as “cannabis attorneys.” He is known for the tremendous value that he places in an industry he has played a significant role in establishing.

2. Mac Haddow is currently a partner at Upstream Consulting, a government relations firm. Mac has been involved in government relations activities since 1986 when he left this position as chief-of-staff at the U.S. Department of HHS to go to the private sector. During his tenure at HHS, Mac served for a year as the Acting Administrator of the Health Finance Administration. He also served as the campaign manager to Senator Orin Hatch first campaign in 1976.

3. Kevin Bell is a partner and practice leader of Arnall Golden Gregory’s Patent practice and Dietary Supplements industry practice, and is a member of the Intellectual Property and Litigation practices. He focuses on litigation intellectual property, unfair competition and regulatory disputes and is considered a leading legal advisor in the areas of dietary supplements and natural products.

Nonmembers- $299
Members- $99


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