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Topic - Jack Finlaw
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.
"I think the federal government needs to know that we are endorsing a very rigid, very strict regulatory framework," said Mr. Finlaw at a news conference. "I believe if we can convince [them] that we are able to do all of that, they'll take the same attitude toward adult use recreational marijuana that they have toward medical marijuana."
Mr. Finlaw said the task force, which spent two months drawing up the proposed regulations, struggled with the issue of whether to allow open and public consumption of marijuana, either through smoking or with marijuana edibles like brownies.