Jewish Family Service

Medical Marijuana: A Panel Discussion

Jewish Family ServiceBoulder Jewish Family Service and Boulder JCC’s Maimonides Wellness Center host a medical marijuana panel discussion on Thursday, February 21, 7:00 p.m., at the Boulder JCC. Who uses it? Why do they use it? How do they get it? What are the arguments for and against its use? How much is it abused? Is there a Jewish perspective on medical marijuana?

Join Donald Misch, M.D., associate vice chancellor for health and wellness at University of Colorado’s Wardenburg Health Center, and a panel of experts to find answers to the medical and legal questions surrounding this controversial new health care option. Panelists include Ean Seeb, owner of Denver Relief, Denver’s longest and continuously operated dispensary and Brian Vicente, Esq., a founding member of Vicente Sederberg, LLC, a law firm providing legal solutions for the medical marijuana community.

Cost: $10. Learn more and register at www.boulderjcc.org

 

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