The 50-minute session will cover the history of the medical marijuana law in Florida, from passage of the Compassionate Medical Marijuana Act in 2014 to Amendment 2 in 2016 to Senate Bill 8a in 2017.
Attendees will also get the latest on the licensing, challenges, and lawsuits that have resulted, and what it all means for Florida-based cannabis businesses going forward.
As an expert in interacting with state and federal government legislators, regulatory agents, and stakeholders involved in reforming cannabis laws, Sparks will be sharing some valuable insights.
Under his guidance, BioTrackTHC has earned cannabis seed-to-sale state tracking contracts in six states: Washington, New Mexico, Illinois, New York, Hawaii, and Delaware, as well as the commonwealth of Puerto Rico.
Daniel was especially instrumental in securing BioTrackTHC’s more recent contract with the City of Arcata in Humboldt County, California.
The combined company is a self-described “premier provider of integrated operating environment solutions for the legal cannabis industry.” With its more recent acquisition of software development firm Engeni, the company looks like it is doubling down on a commitment to developing “effective, cutting-edge technology solutions for the emerging medical and recreational cannabis industry.”
For those attending the U.S. Cannabis Conference & Expo tomorrow trying to enter the marijuana market in Florida, be sure to block off 50 minutes starting at 11:00 AM to soak up some knowledge!
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