Expert panel will feature a retired police captain, a nurse, and a clergy member — please attend and show your support!
Gov. Ned Lamont recently announced he will ask the Connecticut Legislature to pass a cannabis legalization bill in 2020. This is very encouraging news, but we know that Gov. Lamont can't end prohibition alone — we will need to continue building support in the legislature in order to achieve this worthy goal!
Encouragingly, since the end of session many legislators have expressed interest in learning more about the issue and in hearing more from their constituents. We are pleased to announce that two of these legislators — state Rep. Raghib Allie-Brennan and Sen. Julie Kushner — will be hosting a community conversation on cannabis legalization in Danbury on Wednesday, October 30, from 5:30 to 7 p.m. The event will feature a panel of experts who support legalization, followed by audience Q&A.
This will be a great opportunity to show support and participate in the discussion. Here are the details:
WHAT: Community conversation on cannabis legalization, regulation, and taxation
WHERE: Connecticut Institute for Communities, 120 Main Street, Danbury (in the Community Room)
WHEN: Wednesday, October 30, 5:30 to 7 p.m.
WHO: Rep. Raghib Allie-Brennan and Sen. Julie Kushner; Capt. Lawrence Hunter (Retired, Waterbury Police Department); Rev. Tommie Jackson; Kebra Smith-Bolden, R.N., president, CURE-CT; Matt Simon, New England political director, Marijuana Policy Project
Please attend if you are able, and share this information with your friends in the Danbury area!