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The April 1 Rally On The Diag Will Once Again Coincide With The Monroe Street Fair, Taking Place Two Blocks South Of The Diag, Followed By The Annual Hash Bash After Party At The Blind Pig Later In The Evening.

Robinson, a former NBA all-star who played for five NBA basketball teams, including the Detroit Pistons, last year announced he was launching a business called Uncle Spliffy, focused on marijuana products to help ease athletes’ pain. Monroe, who played football for the Jacksonville Jaguars and the Baltimore Ravens, has been an outspoken advocate for removing marijuana from the list of banned substances in the NFL. Their talk, which is being presented by Students for Sensible Drug Policy in coordination with the Om of Medicine marijuana dispensary in Ann Arbor, is taking place from 2-4:30 p.m. Sunday, April 2, at Rackham Auditorium, 915 E. Washington St., in Ann Arbor. It’s free and open to the public. “If you are coming out to Hash http://michiganmedicalmarijuana.biz/ Bash, you do not want to miss this event!” the Facebook page for the event states. “Let’s make it a weekend full of cannabis education & celebration!” A list of speakers for this year’s Hash Bash, which is a pro-marijuana rally attended by thousands every year, has not been released yet. Stoner comedy legend Tommy Chong has spoken at Hash Bash multiple times in recent years. The April 1 rally on the Diag will once again coincide with the Monroe Street Fair, taking place two blocks south of the Diag, followed by the annual Hash Bash after party at the Blind Pig later in the evening. A sign in downtown Ann Arbor for this year’s Hash Bash after party at the Blind Pig.

To read more visit http://www.mlive.com/news/ann-arbor/index.ssf/2017/03/3_former_pro_athletes_to_talk.html

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