Cannabis Patients Alliance founder and director, Teri Robnett (Rx MaryJane), and friends testified at the Denver International Airport against a proposed rule that would ban all marijuana from any airport property.
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Congratulations to Cannabis Patients Alliance founder Teri Robnett for being named Advocate of the Year at the 2013 Cannabis Business Awards. Watch her motivating call to action in her acceptance speech below.
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