Americans for Safe Access

Thursday, Mar 03, 2022 @ 12PM EST

Because of recent regulation changes in Michigan, we have asked Americans for Safe Access to join us at this year’s Expo. The mission of Americans for Safe Access (ASA) is to ensure safe and legal access to cannabis (marijuana) for therapeutic use and research.

This year’s Expo theme is “The Power of Hemp & Cannabis” and this year’s Expo will encompass all aspects of hemp and cannabis. On Friday, May 20th, we will focus on business-to-business activities and education. On Saturday, May 21st, the Expo hall opens with free admission to the public as well as a variety of free educational content.

Brandy Zink is a Cannabis Activist – AND a medical cannabis patient advocate AND an educator. She has served as the former Executive Director of both the Michigan Medical Marijuana Association and the Ohio Patient Action Network. She has worked closely with Americans for Safe Access, Students for Sensible Drug Policy, and other cannabis organizations since 2000.

Today, Brandy continues to work to protect patient rights through organizing the ASA, Michigan Chapter. Politically Active for a myriad of social justice issues, she has cultivated positive relationships with community leaders, professionals, legislators, their staff, and other influential policymakers at all levels.

You can learn more about Americans for Safe Access here: ASA.

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