Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Landmark Training on Colorado's New Marijuana Laws today (5/22)

Sensible Colorado and the United Food & Commercial Worker's Union Local 7 Team Up for a Public Education Event

FORT COLLINS -- Interested community members and prospective marijuana business owners from around the state will gather at the Council Tree Library in Fort Collins this Wednesday evening, May 22, for a public seminar on the legal and business aspects of Colorado's new marijuana laws. This training will provide an in-depth explanation of Colorado's recently passed marijuana laws -- including Amendment 64, the new "adult use" implementation laws, as well as a special focus on Question 301, the local medical marijuana law recently passed in Fort Collins.

Expert speakers include the authors of Amendment 64 and Question 301-- along with allies from the labor movement -- who will explain rights and opportunities created by these new laws.

"Colorado voters and the state legislature recently endorsed a number of complex and important marijuana laws," said Brian Vicente, director of the non-profit Sensible Colorado and co-author of Amendment 64 and Question 301. "This training will answer 'frequently asked questions' about these new laws for medical patients, business owners, and interested community members."

What: "Free Training on Colorado's New Marijuana Laws"

When: Wednesday, May 22 from 6:30 p.m.-8:00 p.m.

Where: Council Tree Library, 2733 Council Tree Ave., Ft. Collins, CO 80525 -- Community Rm C

What Else: Training open to patients, business owners and other supporters of sensible marijuana laws.


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