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Industry Issues

The National Cannabis Party operates on one premise, and one premise alone. we believe "The Industry Belongs The People". We are the party that represents the community, and the voters within. You and those before you created the first ever House of Cannabis. As we move forward together, we will address the most prevalent community pain points. This can only be achieved by community leaders and industry voters participation.

The National Cannabis Party will be holding both virtual and in-person Town Hall Meetings on a regular basis. Please check our calendar for upcoming events.

For the first time ever, industry voter voices have a seat in Washington. We will work together to continue building the House Of Cannabis voter by voter, community by community, issue by issue.

US Patent No. 6,630,507:

You and those before you have sacrificed greatly. Your passion, sacrifices and unwavering commitment to the plant has paved and created a path. For the 1st time EVER, cannabis has a “Presidential Electoral House”, that represents YOU. Your accomplishment in establishing the National Cannabis Party is nothing less than HISTORIC!

But there's more work to be done.

Patent No. 6,630,507: The America Invents Act gave the Director of the Patent Office a huge amount of power over the post-grant review process. And the Director appointed, used that power to make the process less effective, accessible, and fair. There are suitable claims the whole process is unconstitutional. The actual Constitution includes limits and requirements for how the President may delegate authority to agencies and officers in the executive branch. It’s been argued the administrative patent judges who preside over post-grant reviews had so much power—specifically, the power to hold a granted patent invalid—that they could only be appointed by the President with the Senate’s consent. The Federal Circuit agreed, but opted NOT TO NULLIFY the post-grant review system. Instead, it eliminated the civil service protections of administrative patent judges so that the Director of the Patent Office could fire them without cause, and thus, effectively supervise their decisions. Since the Director is appointed by the President with the Senate’s consent, the Federal Circuit holds that this would cure the constitutional defect.

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WELCOME TO THE NATIONAL CANNABIS PARTY.
THE OFFICIAL FEC REGISTERED PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORAL HOUSE OF CANNABIS.

THE INDUSTRY BELONGS TO THE PEOPLE

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