Speaking to State Legislators in DC

I’m to be on a panel on marijuana legalization at the meeting of the National Conference of State Legislatures in Washington, DC, on December 12. http://comm.ncsl.org/MeetingAgenda/tabid/193/s/2/mpid/72623212/Default.aspx

9:30 AM to 11:00 AM

Issue Forum — Cannabis Conundrum 

Location:
Marriott Wardman Park Exhibition Hall CLincoln 2,3 & 4
  • NCSL Budgets & Revenue Committee
  • NCSL Communications, Financial Services & Interstate Commerce Committee
  • NCSL Education Committee
  • NCSL Health & Human Services Committee
  • NCSL Labor and Economic Development Committee
  • NCSL Law, Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee
  • NCSL Legislative Effectiveness Committee
  • NCSL Natural Resources & Infrastructure Committee
  • NCSL Redistricting and Elections
Medical marijuana is allowed under law in 23 states and Washington, D.C. Voter-approved adult use of recreational marijuana is underway in Colorado and Washington and before voters this fall in two other states and Washington, D.C. Explore the role of state legislatures in complex matters of marijuana regulation, revenue, substance abuse, and issues of federal law and enforcement.
  • Panelist:
  • John Hudak, Brookings Institution, Washington, D.C.
  • Robert Morrison, National Association of State Alcohol and Drug Abuse Directors, Washington, D.C.
  • Pat Oglesby, The Center For New Revenue, North Carolina

 

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Author: patoglesby

From 1982 to 1990, I worked in tax policy for Committees of the United States Congress. In recent years, I was Adjunct Lecturer at UNC-Chapel Hill's Business School and then Adjunct Professor at its Law School.

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