Yesterday, I drove to downtown San Francisco — something which, on a weekday, is definitely not on my list of favorite things to do — to the Hiram W. Johnson State Building for a meeting of the Voluntary Committee of Lawyers. The topic of discussion was Marijuana & Federalism: California a Test Case: The Legal Implications of Proposition 19.1
The meeting was somewhat informative, but when it came to addressing questions of significant concern to my medical marijuana clients, I guess I’d have to say there was a lot of smoke being blown — and it didn’t come from any high-quality buds.
- At the time of this blog post, the VCL main page advertised the conference, so I linked it. As time passes, I suspect they will change the content of that website, but it still may be useful to people to know where it was. [↩]