This upcoming Tuesday Raul Perez and the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs chapter of Students for Sensible Drug Policy are hosting an informational session on the effects of Amendment 64 "and what we as citizens can expect," reads an e-mail from Perez. "Learn about the personal protections, the retail and taxing process, and the incredible importance of Hemp.
"The event will take the form of two Q&A sessions, the first will be led by Raul Perez and Michael Mangin Chairs of SSDP and [Young Americans for Liberty] at UCCS respectively. Then we will have an audience driven Q&A," Perez writes. "Our panel members are Mark Slaugh, Jason Lauve and Loring Wirbel. Mark is the CEO of iComply, a local cannabis regulatory company, and he was the southern Colorado director for the pro a64 campaign. Jason is the publisher of Cannabis Health News Magazine and is a longtime hemp activist. Loring is the Pikes Peak ACLU Chapter Chair and has long advocated for the rights of American citizens."