PAC's and Organizations


Most of the top political action committees and cannabis trade organizations in Washington will be holding meetings at Lemonhaze Cannabis Convention.

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The Cannabis Organization of Retail Establishments will be holding an annual meeting at convention. CORE is a non-profit trade association that represents licensed cannabis retailers in Washington. Come learn more about our organization and to hear from our state lobbyist regarding what has happened in the 2018 Legislative Session in Olympia.



The Washington CannaBusiness Association (WACA), the premiere policy influencer on behalf of its 502-licensed members in Olympia and in Washington, D.C., will host a Policy & Leadership Seminar on October 25 (Day 1) of Lemon Haze from 10am to 2pm. The seminar will deliver insights from, and access to, state lawmakers sharing insights about the legislative process and how to be successful in Washington, a team of compliance experts answering questions about how to protect your business interests in the spotlight of our heavily-regulated marketplace and a keynote presentation featuring those on the frontlines of protecting and strengthening the legal industry against threats from an anti-cannabis Trump/Sessions administration, as well as a hosted lunch.

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The Cannabis Alliance

The Cannabis Alliance will be holding meet up at convention. The alliance's mission as a non-profit is to tell the real story about cannabis through education, advocacy, and setting the highest possible industry standards. We want people to learn the positive impact the industry has in providing new businesses, jobs and tax income, as well as many other social benefits.

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The Washington sungrowers industry association will be meeting to discuss the new organic certifications and the benefits of growing outdoors. The WSIA serves to unite Washington State’s Cannabis Sungrowers and allow us to speak with a powerful voice at all levels of state government.

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Budtenders are the face of the industry to the public. Since most consumers don't know most of the cannabis brands yet, they have to ask the budtender for recommendations. We look into why budtenders select the products that they reccomend to the public.


Cannabis farmers council

The CFC advocates for licensed cannabis farmers in the state, as a whole, based on efforts to seek, solicit, and distill opinions from farmers across the state. On occasions where opinion has been significantly divided, the Farmers Council has remained neutral.