First Tribal Marijuana Conference Creates a Buzz in Indian Country

The first Tribal Marijuana Conference featured a variety of quality speakers from all avenues, to discuss a wide-range of issues associated with embarking on marijuana cultivation on reservation lands. Seen as the next economic windfall for tribes, but for one it’s a roll of the dice.

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Troy Eid, a former United States Attorney now in private law practice in Denver, Colorado, chair of the Indian Law and Order Commission, was on of several from across Indian country in attendance.

The conference was organized by Odawi Law PLLC and Harris Moure, PLLC along with Hilary Bricken, one of the foremost legal experts and premier cannabis business attorneys in the country.

Eid spoke with ICTMN at the Conference about the marijuana cultivation business from the federal law side.

“Well, I think it is very good for tribes to look at...

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