Welcome & Opening Keynote Session: Marijuana Legalization and Answers to our “Drug Problems”
John F. Kelly, Ph.D., Harvard Medical School (with welcoming remarks by Linda Frazier)
Regulatory Issues and Marijuana Legalization from a State Perspective
John Carnevale, Ph.D., Carnevale Associates, LLC (moderator); Rick Garza, Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board; Lewis Koski, M.B.A., Freedman & Koski, Inc.
The State of the Science of Cannabis
Susan Weiss, Ph.D., National Institute on Drug Abuse
Closing Keynote Session: Let’s Stop Asking, “Should We Legalize Marijuana?”
Andrew Freedman, J.D., Freedman & Koski, Inc.
Real Options for Legalizations / Cannabis Legalization and Public Health (coming soon)
Jonathan Caulkins, Ph.D., Carnegie Mellon University, Heinz College; Hilary Karasz, Ph.D., M.A., Seattle & King County; Beau Kilmer, Ph.D., RAND Drug Policy Research Center
The Impacts of Marijuana Legalization in Washington State
Steven Freng & Alison Wassall, Northwest High Intensity Drug Tracking Area (NW HIDTA)
Marijuana Policy Decisions: Municipal Regulatory Practices for Minimizing Youth Harms
Monica Sanchez, Ph.D. & Gilbert Mora, M.S.
Overview of State Marijuana Legalization: Policy Implications for Public Health & Public Safety
Gillian Schauer, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Foundation; Mary Segawa, Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board; Jay Butler, Association of State and Territorial and Health Officials Alaska Department of Health and Social Services, Division of Public Health; Andy Baker-White, Association of State and Territorial Health Officials
How Did We Get Here? History of State Cannabis Programs and Colorado Close Up
Karmen Hanson, National Conference of State Legislatures
Counseling Parents and Teens About Marijuana in the Era of Legalization
Seth Ammerman, Stanford Children’s Health