Marijuana Hospitality Establishments: An Overview of New Rules and Implications for Local Communities

When

3/10/2020

12:00-1:00pm Mountain Time

Cost

Free

Primary Competency

Public Health Sciences Skills
Description

Join the Center for Public Health Practice and the Rocky Mountain Public Health Training Center for a one-hour webinar to gain a better understanding of Colorado’s new state law allowing for the creation of Marijuana Hospitality Establishments (“tasting rooms” and "bring your own cannabis"). The new law allows local communities to opt in or out to allowing these establishments.

 

The webinar will provide an overview of the details of the new state law as well as discuss the process local communities can take to allow or prohibit these types of establishments.  We will present, and seek input on, tools and resources available to support professionals working on public health, safety, substance misuse, youth development, or social justice issues at the local level. 

 

Whether your community is currently discussing allowing hospitality establishments or not, please join us to learn more about changes to the state law and resources available to local communities so you can be informed and prepared to engage, as needed, in the future.

 

We will also have time for questions and comments.
Learning Objectives
  1. Describe new Colorado rules allowing local jurisdictions to allow or prohibit Marijuana Hospitality Establishments
  2. Identify resources for local communities available through the Center for Public Health Practice
Length of Learning Opportunity
1 hour
Registration Information
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Geographic Relevance
Colorado

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