With sales for adults on the horizon more than three years after cannabis became legal, Attorney General Leevin T. Camacho hosted a roundtable discussion during which cannabis regulators shared lessons learned.
At a talk hosted by Guam’s Bar Association and District Courts, speakers talked about the potential for a looming problem with cannabis: East Asian tourists who don’t like it.
Over three days, testimony often turned to debate over vertical integration. One speaker, a New Jersey Assemblymember, went further, suggesting license caps.
The proposed regulations were expected in April, but delayed by COVID-19. Soon, the public will have a chance to weigh in.
The governor suspended “non-essential” government activity on the island through May 6.