"Civility in Action": A public dialogue on Prop 205

Marijuana Legalization Initiative

Prop. 205, if passed by voters on Nov. 8th, would allow adults 21 years of age and older to possess and to privately consume and grow limited amounts of marijuana, and would establish a 15% tax on retail marijuana sales, from which the revenue will be allocated to public health and education. In August 2016, at the first Arizona Citizens’ Initiative Review, an independent panel of randomly selected 22 voters produced a Citizen Statement on Prop. 205 and noted its main pros and cons. As Arizonans get ready to go to vote on this measure, we invite you to a community learning and dialogue session to better understand its pros and cons. All viewpoints are welcome!

Program

Welcoming words: Daniel Schugurensky, Participatory Governance Initiative, Arizona State University
The Citizen Initiative Review (CIR) on Prop. 205: Andrea Whitsett, Morrison Institute, Arizona State University
The basics of Prop 205 (Expert summary)Will Humble, Arizona Health Sciences Center
Civil Dialogue: Aaron Hess, Jennifer Linde, Institute for Civil Dialogue, Arizona State University
Open Discussion

 

Co-sponsored by the Participatory Governance Initiative at ASU, the Institute for Civil Dialogue, and the Hugh Downs School of Human Communication

October 18, 2016 Tuesday
6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Room: 
150
Location: 
Beus Center for Law and Society
Campus: 
Downtown Phoenix
Price: 
free admission, open to the public