Coalition for a Drug Free California-sponsored marijuana policy conference
The conference is being held in Rancho Cucamonga today and Tuesday to learn from the success and failures in reducing marijuana use, sales, trafficking, production, and related issues, so that an effective Marijuana Policy and Strategy Guide may be produced and shared across America in order to measurably reduce the impact of marijuana and reverse current efforts to legitimize the drug.
The conference will cover a wide variety of topics addressing what works and what does not work in terms of drug policy at the state and the national level.
• Mental Health, Recovery
• Drug Policy
• Legislative Issues
• Law Enforcement Perspective
• Faith Based Outreach
• Community Advocacy
Speakers at the event, held today and Tuesday in Rancho Cucamonga, will include Los Angeles County District Attorney Jackie Lacey, Coalition for a Drug Free California founder and former White House drug adviser Paul Chabot, former state senator Nate Holden, Fresno County Sheriff Margaret Mims, California Police Chiefs Association lobbyist John Lovell, and Assemblyman Mike Gatto, D-Los Angeles.