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Topic - Jack Finlaw
Colorado's marijuana experiment is going well, but there's a lot of work to do regulating the newly legal drug, state regulators and lawmakers said Monday in a panel reviewing successes and failures of the nation's first retail pot industry.
A Colorado marijuana task force presented its proposed regulations to the state Legislature on Wednesday that the group's chairman says should alleviate the federal government's concerns about allowing states to legalize adult recreational marijuana.
"There was no way to get around the federal part of this," said Jack Finlaw, lawyer to Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper, speaking at a forum earlier this week.
Jack Finlaw, a lawyer for Gov. John Hickenlooper who joined Brohl last year in writing marijuana proposals, said Colorado wasn't sure until August what the federal government planned to do about the state's pot law.