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Pasadena Marijuana Seminar

This past weekend’s seminar was absolutely great!!!  We want to thank all good 77 people in attendance.  The staff at the Pasadena Inn was great, they helped get things moving nicely.

Our attorney Bill McPike spoke of the latest case law around marijuana in California.  Mentioned People vs Anderson, where the people only “intended” to create a collective for 2 years but didn’t.  Apparently that’s ok.

The guys the WebJoint team were marvelous. Good to see young hustlers making things happen.  That’s what America is all about.

Jeff from The Werc Shop cannabis testing lab spoke with 420 College for the first time last weekend and laid down some serious science for students and explained why testing is so important as the mold you cannot see is more dangerous than the mold you can see!

Gorden Gates, from Cannabiz Accounting spoke about the challenges facing our industry with the 280E tax code.  Werc Shop canna-test lab came through.  Last but not least, Alexandra rocked it with her cultivation presentation!!!

Real lively seminar, where everyone was networking and collaborating on starting a compliant cannabis business in California.  Out with the old, in with the new.  Can’t wait til Portland.

George.

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