August 7, 2011

Great Marijuana Legalization Debates Of 2012 Round Two

August 7, 2011
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colorado cannabisWed., Aug. 10, 2011
Great Legalization Debates of 2012 — Round Two

Join us in shaping Colorado Cannabis Policy for the 21st Century!

Wed., Aug. 10, 2011
Casselman’s Bar and Venue
2620 Walnut Street, Denver, CO 80205

Free and open to the public.


6:30pm to 7:00pm: Updates from
7:00pm to 9:00pm: Debate
9:00pm to 11:00pm: Music and mingling

Several Colorado groups are interested in putting a citizen’s initiative on the ballot in 2012 to amend the state Constitution to “legalize” cannabis, but what does “legalization” really mean? Can all these groups work together to create true legalization based on cannabis freedom? In an attempt to find unity among these groups, has organized the “Great Legalization Debates of 2012”. The goal of the debates is to discuss ideas, policy and strategy on what will work best to protect Colorado cannabis consumers from arrest, prosecution and discrimination. Colorado is a model for the rest of the country, yet we don’t have a clear idea of what is the best cannabis law for the state.

Will the Department of Revenue law enforcement officers be allowed to control all cannabis in the state, as MPP’s Colorado initiative proposes, or should an amendment be proposed to get law enforcement out of the system and let the Health Department regulate cannabis or to form an independent commission of the state’s cannabis experts?

Is Colorado ready for true “legalization”, or do we really want more regulations on cannabis?

Join us in this lively and friendly debate amongst legalization supporters to determine the best path for a Colorado citizen’s ballot initiative to amend the Constitution in 2012.

– Sponsored by

Invited Participants:
– Rev. Brandon Baker of the Greenfaith Ministry, proponent of the Colorado Safer Communities & Health Initiative, modeled after homebrewing
– Robert Chase, Colorado Coalition for Patients and Caregivers
– Kathleen Chippi, Patient and Caregiver Rights Litigation Project, proponent of the “Inalienable Rights” model. Amend Article 2, Section 3 of the Colorado Constitution, making cannabis an inalienable right
– Rico Colibri, CARE: Cannabis Alliance for Regulation & Education: Responsible Adult Use and Equalization of Cannabis Laws Act
– Robert J. Corry, Jr., Attorney
– Danyel S. Joffe, Attorney
– Timothy Tipton, Rocky Mountain Caregivers Cooperative
*** PLUS questions from the AUDIENCE, live and from cyberspace***


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