“YES ON M” ELECTION NIGHT WATCH AND VICTORY PARTY CELEBRATION
LOS ANGELES—On Election Night, Southern California Coalition (SCC), the largest, most inclusive cannabis industry trade organization in ‘SoCal,’ will be joined by Los Angeles City Council President Herb Wesson and others for a “Yes on M” Election Night Watch and Victory Party at Bonaventure Brewery Co. in Los Angeles. Proposition M, spearheaded by Los Angeles City Council and SCC is a holistic approach to legalization that provides Los Angeles City Council with a comprehensive, yet fluid regulatory framework to address issues in real time while fairly licensing, taxing and regulating the city’s state-legal marijuana industry. The measure’s passing will also help determine the appropriate number of operators needed to meet Los Angeles’ needs in a responsible and sensible way.
WHAT: “Yes on M” Election Night Watch and Victory Party
*Interviews available on Monday, March 6th and Tuesday, March 7th as well as prior to and during the event.
WHO: Los Angeles City Council President Herb Wesson
Virgil Grant, president and co-founder of SCC
Donnie Anderson, chair of NAACP and co-founder of SCC
Adam Spiker, executive director of SCC
Erik Hultstrom, co-chair of SCC and president of the Cultivators Alliance
Sarah Armstrong, director of industry affairs for Americans for Safe Access
SCC and community members, civil leaders and advocates
WHEN: Tuesday, March 7, 2017
6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. PST
WHERE: Bonaventure Brewery Co.
404 S. Figueroa St.
4th Floor Plaza/Pool Deck
Los Angeles, CA 90071
For more information, please visit http://www.southerncaliforniacoalition.com.
About Southern California Coalition
Southern California Coalition (SCC) is the largest, most inclusive cannabis industry trade organization representing stakeholders across all licensing categories, advocacy organizations, minority groups, veterans, communities and others in Southern California. SCC’s mission is to ensure comprehensive marijuana policies are implemented in an inclusive and responsible way in the world’s largest state-legal cannabis market, Southern California and beyond.