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Saturday, July 16 • 10:00am - 10:50am
The Road to TOTAL Marijuana Legalization (Congressman Earl Blumenauer, Michael Blunk, Rob Kampia)

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Congressman Earl Blumenauer

U.S Representative, Oregon's 3rd Congressional District
A lifelong resident of Portland, Oregon, Congressman Earl Blumenauer (OR-3) has devoted his career to public service. While still a student at Lewis and Clark College, he spearheaded the effort to lower the voting age. His 10-year tenure as the Commissioner of Public Works for the Portland City Council demonstrated his leadership in transportation, planning, environmental programs and public participation. He helped Portland... Read More →
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Michael Blunk

Director of Entrepreneur Relations, The ArcView Group
Michael Blunk does business development for ArcView, and is the main point of contact for companies seeking support and a good portion of the investor members as well. He has been involved in drug policy reform for five years and has a long-term interest in seeing the legal cannabis industry expand. He founded a chapter of the Students for Sensible Drug Policy at the University of Houston in 2008, later being elected to the... Read More →
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Rob Kampia

Co-Founder, Executive Director, Marijuana Policy Project
Rob Kampia co-founded the Marijuana Policy Project in 1995 and has served as its executive director ever since. He is the architect of most of the state-level marijuana laws that have been enacted in the United States since 2000. Rob has provided fiery testimony before Congress twice, as well as testifying before nine state legislatures. He has been quoted in almost every newspaper in the United States and regularly debates prohibitionist... Read More →

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Marijuana Policy Project

The Marijuana Policy Project, the nation’s largest marijuana policy organization, has been responsible for changing most state-level marijuana laws since 2000. It pursues its mission of ending marijuana prohibition and regulating marijuana as alcohol is regulated via federal and state lobbying, state and local ballot initiatives, and public education campaigns.


Saturday July 16, 2016 10:00am - 10:50am
Melrose 4

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