An independent coalition of marijuana regulators from across the U.S. announced on Tuesday that representatives from five more states will be joining its efforts to develop and share best practices for enacting reform. Additionally, the Cannabis Regulators Association (CANNRA) said it is establishing 15 special committees that will be tasked with collecting information and creating policy recommendations on a variety of issues related to marijuana. Regulators from Arizona, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, and Montana will join members from the original 19 states that formed CANNRA last month.“CANNRA’s committee structure will leverage our member’s specific expertise and unique experiences tackling common issues,” CANNRA President Norman Birenbaum said. “Each committee will engage with relevant subject matter experts and regulatory partners to further policy development and data collection for each committee’s area of focus.”

Kyle Jaeger, Marijuana Moment, 12/29/2020 11:42:00

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