Are You Living in a Cannabis Desert?
Our friends at Norcal Cannabis Company sent us this map of the California cannabis retail desert.
Congrats to the 2019-2020 Los Angeles Association of Health Underwriters Board!
Brian Sullivan, President
Peter Seibold, President Elect
Ross Pendergraft, Treasurer
Teri Frankel, Secretary
Bobbi Kaelin, Past President
Dierdre Kennedy-Simington, Legislative Chair
Scott Gilbert, Professional Development
Jamie Miller, Membership Chair
Stan Israel, Membership Retention Chair
Naama O. Pozniak, HUPAC Chair / Media Relations
Elizabeth Underhill, CAHU PAC Chair
Kerry Wright, Community Outreach
Anne Villasenor-Perez, Awards Chair
Jeff Grocky, Vanguard Chair
Judy Daniels, Medicare Chair
Fabienne DiMartino, Recruiting & Mentoring
Charlotte McPherson, Communications Chair
Donald Weiss, Member at Large
May Jung, Member at Large
Nathan Carlson, Executive Director
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Must Attend: PERKS LA – The Employee Experience Expo
Here’s an event not to miss…September 11 PERKS LA will bring you the largest selection of perks, services, amenities and benefits for your clients, prospects and their employees. Plus VIP workshops and fitness, giveaways, free food and drink samples, happy hour and more for all ticket holders. The best part is that CB readers get 20% off by using code CALBROKER. Register at perkscon.com and also check out sponsor/exhibiting details. PERKS LA is September 11, Magic Box @ The Reef, Los Angeles
Ricardo Lara is making some people very unhappy. Recent reports conclude that soon after Lara became the new California Insurance Commissioner he organized a reelection committee that began accepting tens of thousands of dollars in political contributions from folks with ties to companies he regulates.The donations, which are not illegal, contradict a pledge Lara made in the run-up to the 2018 election that he would reject contributions from the insurance industry.
Lara reported accepting more than $50,000 in donations in recent months from insurance company executives and their apparent spouses, according to a San Diego Union-Tribune analysis of campaign funding data.