Sep 162015
 September 16, 2015

governor o'malley marijuanaTomorrow, September 17, 2015, Governor Martin O’Malley will hold a marijuana legalization listening session in Denver, Colorado at 9:30 AM MDT.

O’Malley will hear from policymakers, experts, business owners, and law enforcement about how Colorado’s decision to legalize marijuana has been working and affecting communities across the state. Participants include:

– Rep. Jonathan Singer, Colorado House of Representatives, 11th District
– Hon. Paul Weissmann, Former Member of Colorado House of Representatives
– Andrew Freedman, Director, Governor’s Office of Marijuana Coordination
– Barbara Brohl, Executive Director, Colorado Department of Revenue
– Lewis Koski, Director, Department of Revenue, Colorado’s Marijuana Enforcement Division
– Skyler McKinley, Office of Marijuana Coordination
– Mason Tvert, Director of Communications for the Marijuana Policy Project and Co-director of Amendment 64
– Josh Bartch, Owner, “Doctor’s Order” Marijuana Dispensary
– Meg Collins, Vice President of Business Development, Good Chemistry
– Don Novak, Bluebird Business Group
– Kristi Kelly, Good Meds Network
– Jason Thomas, Former Detention Officer and Marshal’s Deputy
– Brian Vicente, Managing Partner of Vicente Sederberg LLC
– Christian Sederberg, Partner of Vicente Sederberg LLC

As Governor, O’Malley decriminalized marijuana in Maryland and started the state’s medical marijuana program. In his presidential campaign, Governor O’Malley calls for re-classifying marijuana as part of his bold, progressive criminal justice platform.

O’Malley has said that Colorado’s decision to legalize marijuana should be considered “a laboratory in democracy.”

Who: Governor Martin O’Malley,
Colorado experts, law enforcement, and policymakers

What: Listening Session on Marijuana Legalization

When: Thursday, September 17 at 9:30 AM MDT

Where: 1244 Grant St, Denver, CO 80203 (Offices of Vicente Sederberg)

RSVP: To attend this event, please RSVP to Matt Corridoni at mcorridoni@martinomalley.com.

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