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2022 Preview: What to watch for in DC and Key Markets
2021 has been a year of consolidation and steady growth in the domestic legal cannabis industry while being largely uneventful at the federal level -- but that could all change soon. What does 2022 have in store for the industry? What states should we be watching? Will the CAO Act, MORE Act or States Reform Act advance in Congress? Steven Hawkins, CEO of the US Cannabis Council and Executive Director of the Marijuana Policy Project, joins the Cannabusiness Key for a sneak preview of what to watch for in 2022. Join the event live at Noon ET on December 17th to ask Steven your questions or watch the recording later at your convenience.

Dec 17, 2021 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Steven Hawkins
President and CEO of US Cannabis Council, and Executive Director @Marijuana Policy Project
Steven Hawkins is President and CEO of the United States Cannabis Council and Executive Director of the Marijuana Policy Project, the leading national organizations advancing legalization of cannabis for adult use and medical treatment. Hawkins began his career as a civil rights attorney and has served in national leadership roles at organizations advancing civil and human rights and criminal justice reform. He was previously Executive Vice President of the NAACP, Executive Director of Amnesty International USA, President of the Coalition for Public Safety and Executive Director of the National Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty. He is a graduate of Harvard College and NYU School of Law.
Jason Klein
Partner @Rimon Law
Jason Klein is a business attorney with a long track record of representing cannabis businesses, both marijuana and hemp, in tightly regulated markets. As one of the first lawyers on the East Coast to build a practice dedicated to the cannabis industry, Mr. Klein has a long track record of successfully navigating his clients through challenging regulatory and business operating environments amid uncertainty in new marketplaces.