Friday, June 17 2022 - 03:30 PM
Location: 
Dirksen
Room Number: 
628
Add to Calendar 2022-06-17 15:30 A Listening Session on "Cannabis in Indian Country"     cannabis in indian country virtual listening session june 17, 2022 AT 3:30PM ET   WHAT: Virtual listening session, “Cannabis in Indian Country”, June 17 at 3:30 p.m. ET / 9:30 a.m. HT   WHO: Senate Committee on Indian Affairs Staff   TOPIC: As discussions around national cannabis reform legislation take shape, SCIA staff is seeking comments from Tribal leaders, their designees, and other experts from Native communities on Tribal cannabis commerce and related equities.  Committee staff is especially interested in hearing views on the series of questions below:   Is your Tribe currently participating in the cannabis industry?  If so, please provide a brief description of your operation(s).  For Tribes not currently participating in the cannabis industry, what are your main concerns about industry participation? What legislative solutions would you propose to address your concerns? What administrative solutions would you propose to address your concerns?    For Tribes currently participating in the cannabis industry, what are the main issues you encounter as a Tribal operator? What legislative solutions would you propose to address your concerns? What administrative solutions would you propose to address your concerns? If cannabis is decriminalized at the federal level, what Tribal-Federal-State framework would you propose to ensure Tribal interests are safeguarded?   HOW TO JOIN: Please register HERE with your name, email, title and Tribal leadership position, Tribal affiliation, or organizational affiliation.  Tribal leaders and their official designees will be prioritized. We encourage registration as soon as possible.   WRITTEN COMMENTS: SCIA will accept additional written comments until July 8, 2022.  Submit written comments HERE.   Technical Difficulties Logging on?  Call: 202-224-2251   Additional Questions? Email: Concetta Tsosie de Haro (Concetta_TsosiedeHaro@indian.senate.gov) or Darren Modzelewski (Darren_Modzelewski@indian.senate.gov)     Dirksen | 628 Senate Committee on Indian Affairs

 

 

cannabis in indian country

virtual listening session

june 17, 2022 AT 3:30PM ET

 

WHAT: Virtual listening session, “Cannabis in Indian Country”, June 17 at 3:30 p.m. ET / 9:30 a.m. HT

 

WHO: Senate Committee on Indian Affairs Staff

 

TOPIC: As discussions around national cannabis reform legislation take shape, SCIA staff is seeking comments from Tribal leaders, their designees, and other experts from Native communities on Tribal cannabis commerce and related equities.  Committee staff is especially interested in hearing views on the series of questions below:

 

  1. Is your Tribe currently participating in the cannabis industry?  If so, please provide a brief description of your operation(s). 
  2. For Tribes not currently participating in the cannabis industry, what are your main concerns about industry participation?
    1. What legislative solutions would you propose to address your concerns?
    2. What administrative solutions would you propose to address your concerns?   
  3. For Tribes currently participating in the cannabis industry, what are the main issues you encounter as a Tribal operator?
    1. What legislative solutions would you propose to address your concerns?
    2. What administrative solutions would you propose to address your concerns?
  4. If cannabis is decriminalized at the federal level, what Tribal-Federal-State framework would you propose to ensure Tribal interests are safeguarded?

 

HOW TO JOIN: Please register HERE with your name, email, title and Tribal leadership position, Tribal affiliation, or organizational affiliation.  Tribal leaders and their official designees will be prioritized. We encourage registration as soon as possible.

 

WRITTEN COMMENTS: SCIA will accept additional written comments until July 8, 2022.  Submit written comments HERE.

 

Technical Difficulties Logging on?  Call: 202-224-2251

 

Additional Questions? Email: Concetta Tsosie de Haro (Concetta_TsosiedeHaro@indian.senate.gov) or Darren Modzelewski (Darren_Modzelewski@indian.senate.gov)