As we've said, packaging for cannabis, as we're advocating for tobacco, will be in plain and standardized packaging, but we're not saying it's going to be in a baggie like you find on the illegal market. It would have the features that we've talked about. It is also important that it will have the tax stamp that has covert and overt sophisticated measures in place, and this wouldn't be any different for cannabis, so consumers will be able to tell based on the fact that it has that tax stamp.
I also just want to point out that there have been studies done in Australia following plain and standardized packaging. Our colleague said that it was confusing, and it really slowed things down for retailers, but there have been studies done on this, and they're smart people, and they were able to accommodate the changes very quickly. The experience in Australia has been very positive, and there's lots of good evidence to support those statements.