• Advocates form a “shadow task force” to influence the official Colorado task force on Amendment 64

    by  • January 14, 2013 • News Stories • 0 Comments

    ”On the day Governor John Hickenlooper signed Amendment 64, he also announced the formation of a task force intended to make recommendations about the measure’s implementation. Since then, some observers have complained about the task force’s membership. Hence, a number of reformers are announcing today the creation of an A64 Shadow Task Force intended to help influence the official group, as well as legislators and regulators working to put the measure into effect. The Shadow Task Force is a joint effort of the Cannabis Alliance for Regulation and Education (CARE), led by Rico Colibri, and the Miguel Lopez’s Denver 420 Rally organization. According to Colibri, the idea for such a panel emerged during discussions between him and fellow activist Kathleen Chippi.” Michael Roberts at the Denver Westword


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