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Jason Ortiz: Last Prisoner Project 420 Unity Day of Action

Season 3

Jason Ortiz of Last Prisoner Project returns to the Mycopreneur Podcast to issue a call to mobilize in support of cannabis policy reform in the U.S. by way of direct action in Washington D.C. on April 18th, 2024.


On April 18th, 2024, we will be mobilizing the largest bi-partisan coalition of cannabis advocacy, industry, and grassroots organizations in the U.S. to lobby in Washington D.C. for a 420 Unity Day of Action put public pressure on Congress and the President to take action to fully legalize cannabis, free those still in prison, and provide retroactive relief.


We dive into a host of other topics around the plant, the people who love the plant, and the future of cannabis policy in the U.S. and worldwide.


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