The Coalition Advocating Medical Marijuana (CAMM) is sponsoring a statewide medical marijuana conference, from 10:00am - 5:00pm, at the Downtown Orlando Library, 101 East Central Boulevard on July 25. Speakers include Attorney Norman Kent, speaking on the medical necessity defense, Attorney Dick Wilson, a 1st Amendment specialist, CAMM founder Toni Leeman, Rob Kampia of the Marijuana Policy Project, medical marijuana patients Elvy Musikka and Greg Scott, and others. A benefit concert will be help on the evening of July 24, at The Go Lounge, 25 Wall Street Plaza, Orlando.
For further information, contact Toni Leeman at (954) 763-1799, e-mail [email protected] or visit the Floridians for Medical Rights web site at http://www.medicalrights.org.
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Issue #48, 7/2/98
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