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Drug Testing & Asset Forfeiture for Medical Marijuana Patients

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Gina Tron is an editor and freelance writer. She is also Creative Director for Williamsburg Fashion Weekend. She contributes and/or has contributed to The Washington Post, Ladygunn, VICE, Politico, Denver Westword, XoJane, Salon and more. You're Fine. is her first memoir by Papercut Press.She helped break the story on heroin in Vermont in 2014 with her stories in VICE and Politico. Her recollection of being a suspected school shooter in VICE got her international recognition.

She recently had published a column on Drug Testing that appeared in the Washington Post. Why she was motivated to write the column, how she came to write it and the reponse will be discussed. The column on Drug Testing published in the Washington Post can be read at:

http://www.washingtonpost.com/posteverything/wp/2015/02/26/pot-is-increasingly-legal-employers-need-to-stop-screening-for-it/

 

Omar Figueroa is Sepbastopol attorney representing mmj patients and collective. He will talk about the new DOJ memo informing police that they cannot use federal asset forfeiture laws any longer when seizing property. This will have a signficant effect on medical marijuana patients and especially medical marijuana providers. Omar Figuerora explains it all in terms that everyone can understand.

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