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- Arizona 420 Festival is Canceled April 18, 2014
Hotel management has canceled the Arizona 420 Festival less than 24 hours before its scheduled kickoff.
The hotel alleged “breach of contract” and “payment default” on the part of the festival’s promoter.
A press release sent Thursday announced the Arizona 420 Festival’s cancellation by Crowne Plaza general manger Adam Stanchina, who pulled the plug on the.
The Arizona 420 Festival has been canceled.
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The Arizona 420 Festival is a 3-dayfrom April 18th – 20th to celebrate the medical marijuana industry in Arizona.
This event is for anyone 18 and older (medical marijuana patients and non-patients). Parts of the event are free while some parts (live music, etc) are paid entry only.
The 2014 Festival is being held this year at the 17,000 square foot, 258 rooms Crowne Plaza Hotel with 5 stages of national & local live entertainment, 2 night clubs spinning your favorites all night long, 2 pool parties going on 24 hours a day, national and local education speakers and classes, a 52 room delivery mall for patients and the patient’s choice awards, a 52 booth vendor expo that for the first time being opened to the public for free both Saturday and Sunday with the people’s choice awards, and the Sunday Sidewalk Job Fair that is open free to both job seekers and companies looking to hire new employees.
The Festival also entails: The Arizona Grower’s Cup, The Green Carpet Awards, Soulman’s 420 Pool Party, The Arizona 420 Expo, and the Sunday Sidewalk Job Fair.
More info: www.arizona420festival.com
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Lawmakers in Maryland put the finishing touches on two marijuana reform bills this week.
One of the bills will fix multiple problems found within the medical marijuana
The senate vote passed the second bill with a count of 34 to 8, which would enact a fine of $100 for possession of under 10 grams of marijuana. This fine would increase with each additional ticket received.
Governor Martin O’Malley who was previously hesitant about signing the bill into effect has recently stated that he will in fact sign the bill. O’Malley stated on Monday “The General Assembly has decided after much consideration and with clear majorities in both Chambers to send to my desk a bill that would decriminalize the possession of small amounts of marijuana, and I plan to sign it.” O’Malley hopes that by signing this bill, Washington D.C. will shift its focus to more serious matters like public safety.