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Tomorrow night at 7, I’ll be onstage in Seattle with seven other panelists to discuss what’s next for marijuana in Washington State.
The event, sponsored by Seattle Weekly and KCTS 9, is called “Toke Signals: The Future of Marijuana in Washington State.”
And there’s still time to submit questions for the panel, reports Curtis Cartier at Seattle Weekly.
The forum will be at KCTS 9’s studio near Seattle Center and will feature:
• John McKay: Former U.S. Attorney and Seattle University Law Professor who prosecuted Marc Emery
• Rick Steves: Author, PBS travel correspondent and marijuana law reform advocate
• Steve Elliott: Seattle Weekly’s “Toke Signals” medical marijuana dispensary review columnist and Toke of the Town blog editor
• Roger Goodman: Washington State Representative and Congressional candidate
• Josh Berman: Washington Cannabis Association and cofounder of the 4Evergreen Group
• Roger Roffman: Director of the University of Washington’s Innovative Programs Research and longtime researcher into cannabis use “and abuse”
• Alison Holcomb: Drug Policy Director at ACLU of Washington, and coordinator for New Approach Washington, a ballot initiative which would legalize the sale of marijuana through state-licensed stores
• Douglas Hiatt: Activist/attorney and marijuana legalization advocate with Sensible Washington
The forum will be moderated by KCTS 9’s Enrique Cerna and the questions will come from the Seattle Weekly, the television station, and from readers like you.
Tickets for the event went extremely quickly, and there are no more seats available to watch the forum live.
But the discussion will be recorded, and video from it will be posted on Toke of the Town when it is available.
Submit your brilliant questions for the panel to [email protected].