Our Texas Legislature convenes on January 8 and advocates for marijuana law reform have more opportunity than ever before!
Join us for a private luncheon and policy briefing on currently proposed legislation, prospects for meaningful reform during the upcoming legislative session, and opportunities for advocacy at the Capitol or in your hometown.
Our policy briefing will be presented Heather Fazio, director of Texans for Responsible Marijuana Policy. Heather has worked as an advocate for marijuana law reform since 2012 and has since built a broad coalition of supporters working to reduce penalties for low-level marijuana possession and bring patients safe/legal access to medical cannabis.
We’ll also be joined by John Baucum, political director for Republicans Against Marijuana Prohibition. RAMP was founded in 2012 with a mission of helping to bring the Republican Party back to the ideals of freedom and justice, which were unfortunately set aside in support of prohibition.
Since its inception, RAMP has successfully brought the Republican Party of Texas on board reform through grassroots engagement and legislative action. The 2018 RPT Platform includes planks in support of both reduced penalties for possession and medical cannabis.
On-site parking available. ($5 for self-park, $15 for valet.)
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Event sponsored by Republicans Against Marijuana Prohibition. Thank you, RAMP!