Council for Federal Cannabis Regulation (CFCR) Launches Monthly Webinar Series

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WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Council for Federal Cannabis Regulation (CFCR) today announced the launch of a new monthly webinar series in which regulators and industry professionals will participate in moderated conversations regarding responsible cannabis regulation. CFCR’s Executive Director, Sarah A. Chase, says these webinars will explore industry best practices, while service to further the Council’s position as an industry leader for educating and advocating for forward-thinking and inclusive federal laws for the cannabis industry.

The series begins this Thursday, September 23, as CFCR launches its lineup with a virtual conversation titled Council for Federal Cannabis Regulation: Understanding the Regulatory Impact of a Groundbreaking New CBD Study. The webinar will feature Vicki Seyfert-Margolis, Chairwoman for Science & Regulatory Affairs Committee for CFCR, along with moderators Jack Jacobson from Thompson Coburn LLP and CFCR’s own Executive Director Sarah Chase.


The webinars will take place over WebEx on the second or third Thursday of every month, depending on holidays. The next event is scheduled for Thursday, October 28 and will focus on what federal regulators can learn from the states where cannabis is now legal. Each session will feature a moderator, and panelists or a fireside chat. Scheduled to begin at 1:00 p.m., EDT to run for approximately one hour, each webinar will consist of a 40-minute interactive conversation session followed by approximately 20 minutes of moderated audience Q&A.

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The Council for Federal Cannabis Regulation (CFCR) is 501(c)(3) and 501(c)(4) non-profit that serves as a forum in which stakeholders — both from the federal government and industry — can analyze and support the creation of informed, intelligible, and inclusive federal laws and regulations to govern the cannabis industry. CFCR exists to educate, advocate, and communicate. For additional information please visit and follow on social media @USCFCR.