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Join us for a fundraiser and networking event to raise awareness about medical cannabis as a safe alternative to prescription opioid use.
Everyone is welcome to attend this event to support our national campaign, End Pain, Not Lives, including medical cannabis industry professionals, providers, patients, caregivers, students, advocates, medical and legal professionals, policy makers, and concerned citizens.
Americans for Safe Access and the U.S. Pain Foundation launched the End Pain, Not Lives campaign on November 1, 2017, to address the root of the opioid epidemic in the United States. Campaign goals include:
- Passing federal and state laws to allow for safe and legal access to medical cannabis
- Educating elected officials and the general public about medical cannabis as a safe alternative to prescription opioids
- Funding additional medical cannabis research
Space is limited, so buy your tickets soon to secure a spot!
Tickets are tax deductible.
As a special bonus, all attendees will receive a free year of ASA membership!
For information on sponsorship please contact Reenal Doshi.
Register now for our 7th Annual National Medical Cannabis Unity Conference in Washington, DC. Unity 2019 is your place to gather with other patients, caregivers, providers, students, advocates, medical and legal professionals, and concerned individuals from around the country to learn best practices, exchange ideas, and learn how to navigate medical cannabis in this new political landscape.
This year's Americans for Safe Access Unity Conference focuses on "The Price of Being a Medical Cannabis Patient". Despite increasing legal and access across the country, patients still face significant barriers. We will explore the financial and social hurdles that medical cannabis patients face and work together to develop strategies to overcome them.
As a participant, you will get the chance to meet with U.S. Senators, U.S. Representatives, and their staff in Congress during our lobby day and be an integral part of our continued efforts to change domestic and international policy.