NetworkNewsBreaks – Plus Products Inc. (CSE: PLUS) (OTCQB: PLPRF) to Participate in National Cannabis Roundtable

Leading California edibles manufacturer Plus Products Inc. (CSE: PLUS) (OTCQB: PLPRF) on February 8, 2019, announced its participation in the newly formed National Cannabis Roundtable (“NCR”), a campaign aimed at reforming federal cannabis laws and advocating for a rational legal framework. Former U.S. Speaker of the House John Boehner will serve as honorary chairman of the NCR. According to the update, the NCR public policy team, which includes The Liaison Group, Squire Patton Boggs and HDMK Public Affairs, will advocate for a multi-faceted reform agenda that includes: removal of federal restrictions that prohibit medical research involving cannabis; introduction of solutions to improve the lives of veterans and patients while combating the U.S. opioid epidemic; offering companies operating legally in the cannabis industry access to financial markets and traditional institutions for transactions; proposal of U.S. tax code amendments addressing flaws that serve as barriers to legal commerce and solutions in the cannabis industry; and introduction of support surrounding federal legislation, allowing states to set and enforce their own laws governing cannabis. “As the Cannabis industry matures, leading companies have a responsibility to help keep the public safe and well informed,” PLUS CEO Jake Heimark stated in the news release. “Our mission at PLUS is to make cannabis safe and approachable and we are excited to help further that mission by being an inaugural participant in the National Cannabis Roundtable.”

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About Plus Products

The Company is a branded products manufacturer based in California. Its products consist of cannabis-infused edibles, which it sells to both the regulated medicinal and adult-use recreational markets. PLUS is currently one of the fastest-growing edible brands in California with several top-selling products. All products under the PLUS brand are made with high-quality ingredients and produced in the Company’s dedicated 12,000-foot, food-safe cannabis manufacturing facility in Adelanto, California, staffed with chemists and food scientists. The Company’s mission is to make cannabis safe and approachable — that starts with manufacturing high-quality products delivering consistent experiences. For more information, visit the company’s website at www.PlusProducts.com

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