Guam: "With a launch in two months, our government needs to be better prepared"

A roundtable discussion with cannabis regulation experts on the business aspect of the cannabis industry while also "combatting illegal activity and protecting consumers" is tentatively set for July 8. 

According to a press release from the Office of the Attorney General of Guam, additional details on the meeting will follow the Monday announcement. 

AG Leevin Camacho is working with the Attorney General Alliance Cannabis Project to moderate a conversation on "common issues faced by jurisdictions during the launch of their cannabis industries," according to the press release. The AGA is a bipartisan group that includes 46 states and territories.

"Whether we support or oppose it, cannabis is now legal in Guam," Camacho said. "With the launch of the application period in just two months, our government needs to be better prepared to support new businesses and collect revenue while also combating illegal activity and protecting consumers, especially our children." 

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