“In my home state of Florida, 71 percent voted in favor of legalizing medical cannabis, and voters in 33 states and D.C. have also decided to legalize cannabis in some capacity. This is a states’ rights issue. That’s why I was an original co-sponsor of the STATES Act and why I continue to support the goals of this legislation today.
“While CTF’s team has already established itself as the go-to cannabis industry organization in D.C., it is only half a year old. I look forward to working with the other members of our talented Executive Team to ensure that the will of the people is heard and to help this organization continue to grow into the powerful association the cannabis industry needs.”
“Congressman Curbelo was a commanding advocate for cannabis reform while he was in Congress,” said CTF CEO Neal Levine. “As a member of our Executive Team, he will continue to be the voice of states’ cannabis rights and will be an essential part of our organization’s strategic growth. It is an honor to have someone with Carlos’s impressive background and skillset on board as a core member of the team.”
About the Cannabis Trade Federation
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