States’ Rights: Marijuana Laws under the New Administration
Hot Topics Track
Session A: 9:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.
What does the new administration mean for Medical Marijuana in Connecticut? Candidate Trump indicated that, if elected, his administration would likely not interfere with state-run medical marijuana programs, but he expressed ambivalence toward states’ rights when it comes to recreational marijuana laws. President Trump has telegraphed a similar position, though has provided no definitive pronouncement or taken action on these issues to date.
You Will Learn
- About federal regulation of medical marijuana
- About the likely legal impact of regulatory change for Connecticut producers, providers, patients, and their third party business partners
- An overview of this quickly evolving legal arena
Earn all 12 of your 2017 MCLE credits in one day
with the Connecticut Legal Conference*
*Full-day registrants can earn six in-person credits on June 12, and will receive access to On-Demand versions of more than 12 conference seminars for full CLE credit.
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