Cannabis Freedom Group Creates 3 New Working Groups

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The CFA’s three new working groups are: Criminal Justice Reform and Successful Second Chances Working Group. This group seeks to advance policy changes that facilitate second chances for non-violent cannabis offenders through developing and socializing model policy around justice reform. In addition, the group will work to help secure clemency, commutation, pardons and the like for current non-violent cannabis offenders, as well as petitioning the White House for broader action on such clemency. This group will find ways to support former cannabis offenders in their reentry into society. This working group will be coordinated by former cannabis offender and second-chances advocate Weldon Angelos, Mission Green; and retired law enforcement officer Lt. Diane Goldstein, LEAP. Federal Competitive and Entrepreneurial Markets Working Group. This group will help craft recommendations and produce policy papers, alongside allied organizations (subject to Steering Committee editing and approval) for CFA on promoting a free, vibrant and low-barriers cannabis market, and structuring tax policy on the federal and state level for maximal competitiveness, as we look towards interstate and international markets. This group will be coordinated by Ted Ellis, Director of Coalitions, AFP. State Competitive and Entrepreneurial Markets Working Group. This group will help craft recommendations and produce policy papers, alongside allied organizations (subject to Steering Committee editing and approval) for CFA on promoting a free, vibrant and low-barriers cannabis market, and structuring tax policy on the federal and state level for maximal competitiveness, with respect to state and intrastate marketplaces. This group will be coordinated by Spence Purnell of the Reason Foundation.

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