CannaCon Returns For Fourth Edition In Seattle Next Week

More than 12,000 cannabis enthusiasts are expected to descend upon Seattle’s Smith Cove Cruise Terminal & Event Center for the fourth annual CannaCon, Feb. 16 to 18.

The tradeshow, which will move on from Washington to Santa Rosa, CA on April 20, is considered one of the world’s largest cannabis business and culture expos.

The three-day convention will bring together consumers, exhibitors and dispensary owners from the medical and recreational industries.

Seminars on everything from the future of cannabis genetics to marijuana in the media will be on deck, featuring a range of speakers and experts. Exhibits offering top-of-the-line cannabis products and services of all kinds will also be set up for perusal.

Tickets for the convention range from $90 to $420, depending on how many days you wish to attend or the amount of behind-the-scenes access you desire.

You can purchase your passes to the Seattle CannaCon here.

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After making progress on marijuana reform, the legalization movement has stalled in two New England states. Cannabis became legal in Vermont last July, but state lawmakers did not put a regulated market for marijuana in place at that time. So while adults in Vermont can possess, grow and consume cannabis, they can't buy it legally.

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