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Ethan Nadelmann, along with his colleagues at the Drug Policy Alliance, has played a pivotal role in most of the major drug policy reform ballot initiative campaigns in the United States, and he will be hosting The Great Marijuana Debate sponsored by ProCon.org in San Francisco this March at the California Cannabis Business Expo, produced by MJIC Media and sponsored by The Marijuana Investor Summit and CannaFundr.
“Rolling Stone” has described Nadelmann as “the point man” for drug policy reform efforts and “the real drug czar.” He is widely regarded as an outstanding proponent of drug policy reform both in the United States and abroad. Nadelmann also plays a key role as drug policy advisor to George Soros and other prominent philanthropists, as well as elected officials ranging from mayors, governors and state and federal legislators in the U.S. to presidents and cabinet ministers outside the U.S.
The author of two books, “Cops Across Borders” and “Policing The Globe,” his writings have appeared in most major media outlets in the U.S., as well as top academic journals, policy journals and political publications. He is interviewed frequently by media, including “The Colbert Report,” “The O’Reilly Factor,” “Real Time with Bill Maher,” and news programs on all of the major U.S. networks as well international networks.
“We’re elated to have someone of Ethan’s caliber hosting The Great Marijuana Debate in San Francisco this March. Ethan brings unparalleled experience and prominence to the programming,” said Chris Gromek, Chief Operating Officer at MJIC Media.
The California Cannabis Business Expo follows MJIC Media’s inaugural event, the Marijuana Investor Summit in Denver in April 2014, which drew more than 1,000 people and 100 exhibitors. The California Cannabis Business Expo in San Francisco is a unique opportunity to learn about the state of cannabis in California directly from those shaping the legal landscape.
Tickets to the California Cannabis Business Expo in San Francisco can be purchased online.