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Health committee  California is in the process of legalizing, and it's supposed to go live in early 2018. One of the aspects of California's law, which is different from what we see in Washington and in Colorado, is that California is going to allow for marijuana lounges, so on-premises consumptio

September 14th, 2017Committee meeting

Dr. Beau Kilmer

Health committee  When we're talking about edibles, people think there are flowers and there are edibles, but when we begin thinking about non-flower products, we also have to begin thinking about the concentrates and waxes. There can be up to 80% THC in the vape pens. I want to make it very clear

September 14th, 2017Committee meeting

Dr. Beau Kilmer

Health committee  We've done a fair amount of work looking at the various models that jurisdictions could consider if they're thinking about doing something other than prohibiting cannabis supply. Going back, there was an earlier question about the government monopoly. This is where we can learn f

September 14th, 2017Committee meeting

Dr. Beau Kilmer

Health committee  Sure. There are a number of different ways to tax cannabis, and I want to make it clear nobody knows the best approach. In my testimony I only highlighted three of them. There are many other approaches, but I do want to spend some time talking about the three I discussed. The on

September 14th, 2017Committee meeting

Dr. Beau Kilmer

Health committee  Good evening, Chairperson Casey, Vice-Chairperson Davies, Vice-Chairperson Webber, and other distinguished members of the Standing Committee on Health. Thank you very much for the opportunity to testify before you today. I am a senior policy researcher at the non-profit, non-par

September 14th, 2017Committee meeting

Dr. Beau Kilmer