This Thursday at Bloom: Learn about the pending cannabis bills with Robin Schneider

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Ken Wachsberger

Ann Arbor, MI, October 30, 2015—As MiLegalize works tirelessly to collect the necessary signatures to place a sane cannabis policy proposal on next year’s ballot, the Michigan legislature is busy considering three bills that will cease to be relevant if the ballot proposal passes and will set back the cannabis industry by decades if the ballot fails:

  • HB 4209: Establishes a major new governmental department to handle medical marijuana growing, selling, transportation, and production.  
  • HB 4210 re-legalizes the use of concentrated and non-smoked forms of cannabis for registered patients, and controls their production, labeling, and transfer.
  • HB 4827 establishes a seed-to-sale marijuana tracking program for commercial entities.

The bills have already passed in the House Judiciary Committee. Will they pass in the full House and in the Senate?

What will the bills look like then?

How will they affect members of the cannabis community?

Women Grow invites you to join Robin Schneider, an expert and insider on Michigan’s cannabis legislation, in a discussion on the current status of these bills in the Michigan legislature. This event is an opportunity to learn about the legal cannabis industry and connect with the entrepreneurs shaping its future.

Where: Bloom City Club, 423 Miller Ave, Ann Arbor, MI 48103

When: Thursday November 5 from 8 to 10 p.m.

This is a ticketed event that is open to the public. Tickets may be purchased at Eventbrite.

Robin Schneider is the Legislative Liaison for the National Patients’ Rights Association (NPRA), an organization that advocates at the local, state, and national levels to protect medical marijuana patient and provider rights. Robin served on the Michigan House of Representatives Medical Marihuana Task Force and has spent the last five years advocating for safe access to all forms of medical cannabis, including pediatric use. Robin is the mother of four children and has helped parents of sick children to craft and introduce medical marijuana legislation across the nation. She was recently named one of the nation’s most influential women of weed by Skunk magazine. For more information on the NPRA visit

Women Grow, founded in 2014 in Denver, Colorado, is a for-profit entity that serves as a catalyst for women to influence and succeed in the cannabis industry as the end of marijuana prohibition occurs on a national scale. Women Grow monthly Signature Networking events connect aspiring and current professionals in the cannabis industry. For more information about the Ann Arbor Chapter, contact Dori Edwards, Ann Arbor Chapter co-chair at

Bloom City Club, sponsor of the monthly Women Grow meetings, is a cannabis education and provisioning center. It is an organization of successful professional business women dedicated to providing the highest-quality medical cannabis, outstanding customer service, and the most valuable information to its registered medical patients. For more information, contact Colleen Tracy, General Manager,, (734) 585 0621,

Ken Wachsberger is an author, editor, political organizer, and member of the National Writers Union.

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