ACCM's membership in the United States touches millions of people. Imagine the impact we can have working together to inform decision-makers in Washington D.C. about issues affecting medical cannabis—we can literally change our industry and help millions of people!
Working With Congress
ACCM's Advocacy team is hard at work in Washington, D.C., working with members of Congress to support legislation that will make all the difference. But we can't do it alone! The collective voice of ACCM's members and the broader group makes a big difference on the Hill. It only takes a moment to ask your members of Congress to act on behalf of the medical-cannabis industry. Get involved. Join the ACCM Advocacy Team!
Attend an ACCCM Virtual Summit
ACCM members’ focus on Capitol Hill will be intense this year! Join fellow medical-cannabis industry professionals, and aligned stakeholders from across the country to advocate on upcoming legislative issues that will dramatically move our industry. Please join the ACCM Advocacy Team to be invited to a an upcoming virtual summit.
Meeting With Your Member of Congress
While members of Congress spend a considerable amount of their time in Washington, D.C., they understand that, to be effective, they also need to meet their constituents and understand hometown concerns. Our ACCM Advocate Team members will conduct targeted Capitol Hill visits, testify in hearings, and help our legislative team brief staffers. You will learn how to follow up on your Hill visits and correspondence. We will prepare for you to schedule appointments with your member of Congress when he/she is back in your home state.
ACCM is constantly working on state initiatives and changes. As an ACCM Advocate, you will also be invited to participate in the many ACCM state programs. You can be a major influence in your own back yard.
We also encourage our primary ACCM Advocacy Team Members to join and follow the Citizen Advocate Team.
Join the Yes We Cann! team and stand together with us, and stand up for medical-cannabis.
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