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Prevention Network of Washington County: Marijuana Education Forum

Please Note: masks are required to attend the Marijuana Education Forum. Thank You for your understanding.

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WHAT: Join us to learn more about Marijuana, the impacts it has on the community and some issues surrounding the use. Come for one night or all three! We will have speakers and lots of information for you to enjoy!

WHERE:
Moraine Park Technical College
Room T101
2151 N MAIN ST,
WEST BEND, WI 53090

Park in Lot T and Enter at T2 Entrance

WHEN:
Resource Table: 6pm-6:30pm

Presentations: 6:30pm-7:30pm

Wednesday September 29th, October 6th and October 13th


NIGHT ONE: 9/29/21 – HISTORY AND EVOLUTION OF FORMS OF CANNABIS

Topics Include:

  • CBD vs THC
  • Hemp
  • Delta 8

Speakers:

  • Chris Killey
  • DRE (Washington County Sheriff’s Department)

NIGHT TWO: 10/6/21 – SOCIAL JUSTICE ISSUES

Speakers:

  • Taylor Watters (Rogers)
  • Representative Rick Gundrum
  • Kris Teegardin (Wisconsin Cannabis Activist Network)
  • Drug Court Representative

NIGHT THREE: 10/13/21 – COMMUNITY IMPACT OF CANNABIS

Speakers:

  • West Bend Police Department
  • Marcus Norville (Seek Careers/Staffing)

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  1. Rick Gundrum ran unopposed in 2020, let’s not let that happen again!

    Governor Evers’ first budget proposal would also establish an expungement procedure for people convicted of possessing, manufacturing or distributing less than 26 grams of marijuana who have completed their sentences. Republicans who control the legislature would have to approve the budget items. State Rep. Rick Gundrum (R-Slinger) says he’ll vote against the measure. “Unless it’s proven otherwise, I think it opens up the door to legalize it for recreational marijuana and I am definitely opposed to that,” Gundrum says.

    Gundrum (R) is an author of Assembly Bill 440 to increase penalties for Butane Hash Oil (BHO) mfg, sale and use. He is also a member of the Assembly Committee on Substance Abuse and Prevention which will oversee this bill and held a public hearing on Sept 30th.

    Gundrun has bowed out of the forum. No reason giving, his office is send a legislative aide instead.

    If you want to call or email Rep. Rick Gundrum (R – Slinger) office and let them know your displeasure with this legislator, Telephone: (608) 264-8486 or Email:
    Rep.Gundrum@legis.wisconsin.gov

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