Tuesday, April 10, 2018

420 + 1 Cannabis Presentation

Saturday, April 21 at 4:20 p.m.

Wonder Valley Community Center
80526-½ Amboy Road (next to the Fire Station)
Wonder Valley CA 92277

Lanny Swerdlow, RN LNC, who presented to the Community of Wonder Valley last year on Medical Marijuana, is back this year for a followup.

Like the San Andreas Fault, the cannabis paradigm has shifted. Cannabis legalization has a taken firm hold in California with farmers cultivating, companies manufacturing, and dispensaries opening in locations throughout the state for all persons 21 years or older. What this all means to you will be explained at 4:20 p.m., on Saturday, April 21, at the Wonder Valley Community Center, by Inland Empire cannabis law reform activist Lanny Swerdlow, RN LNC.

With a brief look back at the evolution of California’s cannabis laws, Mr. Swerdlow will provide an informative and entertaining presentation on the implementation of Prop. 64 as it affects the individual consumer and those who want to jump into this burgeoning industry. He will undertake an examination of Prop. 64’s commercial business provisions including the microbusiness license that may be of interest to people in the area.

He will also explain driving laws, laws regarding personal cultivation, the advantages of having a doctor's recommendation, and what is happening or should be happening but isn’t in San Bernardino county. How much California will be affected by the Trump Administration, and what is happening on the federal level will be discussed. Swerdlow will conclude the presentation with the latest information on health issues, including using cannabis for insomnia, depression and the opioid crisis.

The 420+1 Celebration will also feature a special birthday tribute honoring Yippie living legend, political satirist, cannabis advocate, "Desert Pot Springs" resident Paul Krassner, author of countless pro-pot articles and books including "Pot Stories for the Soul."

Refreshments will be served. There is no charge for admission but donations will be accepted to cover the cost of our speaker’s travel from the Inland Empire.