Attorney Andrew Sacks of Sacks Weston Diamond LLC and the Billion Dollar Lawyers Association
will have an event-filled week after receiving invitations to receptions
hosted by the Marijuana Policy Project (MPP) and the American Trade Association
for Cannabis & Hemp (ATACH) with the Drug Policy Alliance (DPA).
The MPP event will take place on July 24th at the
Union League of Philadelphia and will be a fundraising reception. The goal is to fund the implementation of new
marijuana laws, raise money to help pass future legislation being formed in Delaware
and Maryland, and generally raise awareness of the importance of legalizing
medical marijuana products across the country. Democratic Congressman
Earl Blumenauer of Oregon will be honored as a prestigious guest for the
evening as a thanks for his work in marijuana policy reform that has been
steadfast for four decades.
The second event will be a welcome reception hosted by ATACH with DPA at
the popular BOP Restaurant in Philadelphia on July 25th. New members and veterans of these forward-thinking groups will be welcomed
and introduced to the projects to come. As the only lawyer in Pennsylvania
that belongs to ATACH, it is an honor for Attorney Andrew Sacks to be
invited to the reception. Many congressmen, Attorney Generals and famous
Marijuana CEO’s will be in attendance.
The Drug Policy Alliance utilizes its advocacy branch, Drug Policy Action,
to lobby for new, improved, and constitutionally fair drug and marijuana
laws. By grounding their work and policies in the science of safe medicinal
drug use, DPA hopes to advance human rights, gain the trust of the commonwealth,
and help the careers of political figures that understand and support
these same principles.
For more information regarding the MPP event, you can visit their website by
clicking here. If you would like to know more about the ATACH/DPA event,
click here. Lastly, if you have inquiries about the legal work of Sacks Weston Diamond
LLC, visit our website or
contact our Philadelphia medical marijuana attorneys today.