Representatives of the Colorado Natural Medicine Division will host five “listening sessions” throughout September and October to engage stakeholders and inform the public of the rollout process of regulated access regulations to the psychedelics legalization ballot measure, reported Marijuana Moment.

Dominique Mendiola, senior director of the division which is under the Department of Revenue, says community involvement is critical in the development of a natural medicine program “that reflects a diversity of perspectives.” The team’s regulatory experience has shown that a key factor is collaborating with all stakeholders. 

Mendiola says the listening sessions will “provide a platform for all voices to be heard to ensure the …

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