Marijuana Politics Best Cannabis Blog Contest: Win OMMBC Pass!


Are you a marijuana activist, entrepreneur, in the legal field, a happy partaker or a writer interested in sharing your thoughts and knowledge with others in the cannabis community?  Then this contest is tailor made for you!  The prize is a big one!  You will not only be published in the prestigious site, but will also receive a ticket to the upcoming OMMBC conference in Portland, along with a room Saturday night in the downtown Hilton, where the conference is being held.  The OMMBC (Oregon Medical Marijuana Business Conference), which takes place on September 12-13 in beautiful downtown Portland, Oregon, is one of the most sought after tickets this year. The conference will be covering all aspects of not only medical marijuana, but also the new recreational laws and how they affect you and your businesses.

  • We are now accepting submissions – just use the submission form below this post or email us at
  • The entrance deadline is only a week away on Sept 1, 2015 at 5pm pst so get your entry in quickly!
  • We will not accept any previously published works.
  • We do accept simultaneous submissions, so show us what you got.
  • Make sure to also subscribe to the email newsletter (form is below as well) to receive updates on the contest.

Marijuana Politics is one of the fastest-rising and most respected cannabis blogs in the nation; what you write will be seen and discussed intelligently in the community at large. Our success makes us want to share our platform with others and invite bloggers that have good information to share with the cannabis community and industry. of course focuses on politics, but we welcome blogs on culture, science, entertainment and business that will appeal to the cannabis community and industry. The winner will be chosen based upon a variety of factors, including originality, overall quality and relevancy to the cannabis community and industry today. We’ll have a winner picked by Friday, the 4th, to give you plenty of time to make travel plans.

The OMMBC pass is a great prize that will provide lots of networking opportunities and is will be an informative, fun and engaging time for any cannabis advocate or entrepreneur. Judging by past conferences, it will definitely be an amazing time for all attendees. Good luck to everyone that enters! I look forward to reading your work.

Don’t forget to come visit us and introduce yourself at the Marijuana Politics booth at the OMMBC.

To enter, email and put “OMMBC Blog Contest” in the subject line.

Contest ends Tuesday, September 1st at 5pm. This contest is open to adults 21 and over; is for an OMMBC pass and one hotel night only; winner still responsible for other travel costs and expenses. The winning blog will be licensed to Marijuana Politics. No purchase necessary.

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    Anthony, a longtime cannabis law reform advocate, was Chief Petitioner and co-author of Measure 91, Oregon's cannabis legalization effort. He served as director of both the New Approach Oregon and Vote Yes on 91 PACs, the political action committees responsible for the state's legalization campaign. As director of New Approach Oregon, Anthony continues to work towards effectively implementing the cannabis legalization system while protecting small business owners and the rights of patients. He sits on the Oregon Marijuana Rules Advisory Committee and fights for sensible rules at the legislature as well as city councils and county commissions across the state. Anthony helps cannabis business comply with Oregon's laws and advises advocates across the country. He also serves as content director of both the International Cannabis Business Conference and the Oregon Marijuana Business Conference, helping share the vision of moving the cannabis industry forward in a way that maintains the focus on keeping people out of prison and protecting patients. He was a member of the Oregon Health Authority Rules Advisory Committee, assisting the drafting of the administrative rules governing Oregon’s state-licensed medical marijuana facilities. He first co-authored and helped pass successful marijuana law reform measures while a law student at the University of Missouri-Columbia School of Law. He passed the Oregon Bar in 2005 and practiced criminal defense for two years before transitioning to working full-time in the political advocacy realm. His blogs on Marijuana Politics are personal in nature and don't speak for or reflect the opinions of any group or organization.