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Everest College – San Francisco to Host Proposition 19 Debate

October 21, 2010

SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 21 /PRNewswire/ — Everest College – San Francisco will host a debate Tuesday, Oct. 26 on Proposition 19, the California ballot measure that would legalize and tax marijuana for recreational use for adults.

The Everest debate on this controversial proposition will be unique, featuring proponent Dr. Ari Khan, who represents one of California’s largest state approved vendors of medicinal marijuana products. Arguing against the proposition will be Everest College pharmacy technician students and a pharmacist from the school’s program advisory committee. Although Everest students will be arguing against the proposition, the college is not supporting one position over the other. As an institution of higher learning, Everest – San Francisco believes that Proposition 19 is an ideal issue to debate since it may have an impact on current and future pharmacy technicians.

Members of the media are welcome to cover this debate at the campus.


    WHAT:             PROPOSITION 19 DEBATE

                       Tuesday, October 26, 10 a.m. - 11:30
    WHEN:              a.m.

                       The campus of Everest College - San
    WHERE:             Francisco, located at 814 Mission St.

                       For more information on the debate, or
                       to schedule an interview, please
    INTERVIEW:         contact
                       George Medici -gmedici@pondel.com -
                       310-279-5968 or
                       Ron Neal -rneal@pondel.com -
                       310-279-5972

About Everest College

Everest College provides career-oriented diploma and degree programs in healthcare, criminal justice, skilled trades, business, paralegal, and information technology. Everest College has 15 campuses in California – Alhambra, Anaheim, City of Industry, Gardena, Hayward, Los Angeles, Ontario, Ontario Metro, Reseda, San Bernardino, San Francisco, San Jose, Santa Ana, Torrance, and West Los Angeles. Everest has 100 schools in the U.S. and Canada, and is owned by Corinthian Colleges, Inc., one of the largest post-secondary education companies in North America. For more information, visit www.everest.edu.

SOURCE Everest College


Source: newswire



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