Colorado and Retail Marijuana: How is the new era going?
You’re invited to a Denver Post editorial forum
Tuesday, June 17, 6 - 7:30 p.m.
The Denver Post auditorium, 101 W. Colfax Ave.
Join the Denver Post editorial board for a forum assessing the first six months of retail marijuana and the first 18 months of legalized use. Is regulation effective? Are edibles safe? Is consumption up? Are we keeping pot from youth? Moderated by Vincent Carroll, editor of the editorial pages, Alicia Caldwell, editorial writer, and Jeremy Meyer, editorial writer.
Andrew Freedman is director of marijuana coordination in Colorado, monitoring the state’s retail and medical marijuana -- including policy, regulation, education, youth prevention, and substance abuse treatment efforts.
Christian Sederberg is a partner in the law firm of Vicente Sederberg. He was on the executive board for the Committee for Responsible Regulation, which coordinated the campaign to establish statewide excise and sales taxes on the sale of adult-use marijuana in Colorado.
Scott Martinez is the Denver city attorney whose duties include providing legal advice on issues involving the regulation of marijuana. He is also on the boards of directors of the Colorado Bar Association and Colorado Hispanic Bar Association.
Gina Carbone is a founding member of Smart Colorado, a non-profit dedicated to minimizing the negative consequences of legalized marijuana for Colorado’s youth.
Dr. David C. Goff is dean at the University of Colorado School of Public Health. He previously served as the Chair of Epidemiology and Prevention in the Division of Public Health Sciences at Wake Forest University School of Medicine.
Click here to read more about the event on The Cannabist.