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- Asa Hutchinson Administrator, Drug Enforcement Administration
- Eric Streenstra President, Vote Hemp
- Ted Shults Chairman of the American Association of Medical Review Officers; toxicologist
- Felicia Busch Spokesperson for the American Dietics Association; registered dietician
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