Thursday, October 31, 2013

Marijuana Ordinance Draft

Attached is the new draft marijuana ordinance for the city of Denver. The city council will be meeting Monday at 3pm at 1437 Bannock St., Room 391 to discuss this. Sign up to speak between 230-3pm. I have significant concerns that this is recriminalizing marijuana in Denver and it should just be defeated, not amended. Please make people aware of this. Thanks,


View the attached draft by clicking here:


Sean T. McAllister, Esq.
McAllister Law Office, P.C.
36 Steele St., Suite 200
Denver, CO 80206
(Ph) 720-722-0048
(Fax) 720-542-8391
(Em) sean@mcallisterlawoffice.com
www.mcallisterlawoffice.com
Offices in Denver and Summit County

Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Denver Drug Defense Law Firm


The Denver drug defense law firm that has attorneys with experience defending drug related charges is McAllister Law Office, P.C. In this case, not all law firms are created alike. McAllister Law Office P.C., a firm that specializes in defending clients that have been charged with a criminal felony or misdemeanor charges or civil infractions, is on top of all current and past drug laws. It is important to keep abreast of the ever-changing laws concerning the regulation of marijuana, for example. You need to have the best at the time you are defending drug charges.

McAllister Law Office, P.C. is a Denver drug defense law firm who is prepared to give you the best defense possible. We defend our clients using knowledge, strength, experience, and confidence. We have the confidence from defending hundreds of cases similar to yours. While all cases are different, we can use the expertise acquired from handling many other cases for your advantage. We have learned that it is important to have a strong posture against DA’s and a strong 4th Amendment defense. Take advantage of our experience by hiring the best, a Denver drug defense law firm who is on the leading edge of drug making policy, when your freedom and reputation are at stake.

Monday, October 28, 2013

Drug Defense Lawyer Denver


McAllister Law Office P.C. is the firm who has drug defense lawyers in Denver. We specialize in drug related defense for clients. We provide aggressive representation for honest people. If you have been charged with a drug related crime your future hangs in the balance. It is important to have representation that provides knowledge, strength, experience, and confidence to defend you in a court of law. 

We have 14 years experience as drug defense lawyers in Denver who defend the rights of those charged with felony and misdemeanor drug related crimes. We give one-on-one personalized attention to your case. We offer a wide array of criminal defense services such as felony and misdemeanor criminal defense; drug possession and distribution charges defense; representation for business matters involving the Colorado Marijuana Laws (Amendment 64); DUI-DWAI criminal defense; and medical marijuana Criminal and Civil defense. We have defended hundreds of cases and have been successful in representing our clients to get the best possible outcome. 

When you need a drug defense lawyer in Denver, don’t hesitate to call the attorneys at McAllister Law Office P.C. We will provide the best defense possible for our clients.


Colorado MED/DOR taxation survey

Friends, 

Linked here is the MED/DOR taxation survey, which they will use to develop the wholesale tax, and the audio of the workgroup meetings. The biggest bombshell is that they will be taxing your one time transfer of medical product to recreational prior to Jan 1, 2014. That will likely mean thousands of dollars in additional unplanned tax burden before the end of the year. Call me if you have any questions. 


Sean T. McAllister, Esq.
McAllister Law Office, P.C.
36 Steele St., Suite 200
Denver, CO 80206
(Ph) 720-722-0048
(Fax) 720-542-8391
(Em) sean@mcallisterlawoffice.com
www.mcallisterlawoffice.com
Offices in Denver and Summit County

Friday, October 25, 2013

Colorado Marijuana Lawyer


When looking for a Colorado marijuana lawyer, you will find that McAllister Law Office P.C. is the law firm you are going to want to hire to represent you. We have the reputation for being the law firm who will represent clients aggressively to get the best results possible. We are experienced in representing clients with drug related charges. It is our area of specialization and we are good at it. 

When you are charged with a felony or misdemeanor drug offense, it is important of have a Colorado marijuana lawyer who knows all old and current marijuana laws. This field of law is in a state of flux constantly as each community decides how they will address the legalization of recreational marijuana in their town. Do you really want to trust your defense to a lawyer who does not specialize in this area of law?

Call McAllister Law Office P.C. for the representation you deserve. We are on the leading edge of drug making policy in the state. We are the Colorado marijuana lawyer you want on your side. We have the experience of hundreds of cases under our belt. Hire an attorney who can get you the best the results possible.

McAllister and Davis team up for seminar series on Colorado medical and recreational marijuana rules

Friends, 

With the new regulations, new taxes, and many other new rules coming into effect over the next few months, I've teamed up with attorney Lauren Davis to conduct seminars on the new medical and recreational marijuana rules. See Lauren's announcement below for more details. The first seminar is Nov 16, 10am and the second is Nov 20 at 730pm. The cost is $250/person or $1000 for up to 8 dispensary employees. Please let me know if you are interested in attending. Thanks,

Sean T. McAllister, Esq.
McAllister Law Office, P.C.
36 Steele St., Suite 200
Denver, CO 80206
(Ph) 720-722-0048
(Fax) 720-542-8391
(Em) sean@mcallisterlawoffice.com
www.mcallisterlawoffice.com
Offices in Denver and Summit County

From: "Lauren Davis" <lauren@hobanandfeola.com>
To: "Lauren Davis" <lauren@hobanandfeola.com>, "Rachelle Rehse" <rcrehse@gmail.com>
Sent: Friday, October 25, 2013 4:59:22 PM
Subject: NEW REGS in EFFECT!

Hi all.  I hope you are doing great and are getting excited for January 1 !!

For those of you who are not aware, the MED has issued new regulations for medical centers, as well as regulations to govern  recreational centers.  Both sets of regs went into effect last week.  The new medical regs change critical topics, like patient sign up, packaging and record keeping, that you need to know. 

Sean McAllister and I will be hosting a client seminar to update you on what you need to know under the new medical rules AND the new rec rules.  For example, What do you need to do when you register new patients?    What do you need to do when hiring or firing employees?  What reports must be sent to the MED under the new rules?  What are your duties and obligations when the MED or law enforcement stops by your place of business?  What information must be on the labels of recreational vs medical MIPS you sell?  What reports must the business maintain on premises and for how long, and much more.

The sessions will be held on two dates for your convenience.  The first is scheduled for 10 am on Saturday November 16.  The second at 7:30 PM on Wednesday Nov 20.  We expect each to last 2-3 hours.  You only need to attend one.  We will update you with the location once we have an idea of head count/how much space we need.  Both sessions will be held in Denver.

The sessions will cost $250 per individual or $1000 per Center for up to 8 employees.

We will have a handbook available for purchase that summarizes the rules and what you need to know.  That way, when an employee has a question about manifesting product or new patient sign up or what information needs to be on your labels, they can flip to the tab in the book and get a clear, easy to understand summary of the procedures to use and rules they need to know.

If you are interested in attending, please email Rachelle Rehse at  rcrehse@gmail.com  so we can get a headcount.  We will update you regarding location as the date gets closer.  

Also, as a reminder, MITS training is underway.  You should register for your training session ASAP at mymits.com   Every Center must be using MITS by Jan 1, 2014.  Any Center not using MITS will not receive a recreational license.  You also will be subject to fines and/or suspension/ and/or license revocation if you do not enter your medical inventory into MITS by then.

We look forward to seeing you,

Lauren C. Davis
Attorney At Law, LLC
Senior Special Counsel
36 Steele St., Suite 200
Denver, CO 80206

Fax - 720-542-8391


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Monday, October 21, 2013

Drug Charges Attorney Denver


McAllister Law Office, P.C. is a law firm that specializes in drug related representation for clients. We feel it is important to have a drug charge attorney in Denver who has experience in defending these types of cases. This is a time when experience matters. If you are facing misdemeanor or felony drug charges, you will need a drug charge attorney who knows how to approach District Attorneys for you benefit. We know it is important to have a strong 4th Amendment defense and excellent investigative work. Your freedom may depend on it.

We are experienced in representing misdemeanor and felony drug charges both civil and criminal. We are also experienced with state and federal charges. This is the type of representation that is imperative to have when facing a drug conviction. Your freedom could be at stake. Trust us to give you the quality of representation that you deserve as a citizen. We provide aggressive representation for honest people.

McAllister Law Office P.C. is the law firm that is on the leading edge of drug making policy in the state of Colorado. There is no better choice you can make when choosing representation for a drug related offense.

Sunday, October 20, 2013

Retail Marijuana and Medical Marijuana Draft Rules

Friends, 

More info about the state rulemaking. See below. Have a good weekend. 

Sean T. McAllister, Esq.
McAllister Law Office, P.C.
36 Steele St., Suite 200
Denver, CO 80206
(Ph) 720-722-0048
(Fax) 720-542-8391
(Em) sean@mcallisterlawoffice.com
www.mcallisterlawoffice.com
Offices in Denver and Summit County

From: "Wellington - DOR, Jordan" <jordan.wellington@state.co.us>
To: "Jordan Wellington - DOR" <jordan.wellington@state.co.us>
Sent: Friday, October 18, 2013 3:12:54 PM
Subject: Retail Marijuana and Medical Marijuana Draft Rules

You are receiving this email because you have previously expressed interest in the State Licensing Authority's rulemaking for retail marijuana.  If you are not longer interested in receiving these emails, simply reply to Jordan Wellington and you will be removed from the list.  

The draft rules for the Marijuana Enforcement Division's current rulemaking have been posted to the website and can be found here:  http://www.colorado.gov/cs/Satellite?c=Page&childpagename=Rev-MMJ%2FCBONLayout&cid=1251638236638&pagename=CBONWrapper

Friday, October 18, 2013

Drug Policy Alliance Conference Denver Colorado

Friends, 

I am on the host committee and a sponsor of this year's Drug Policy Alliance Conference. Please consider attending this important event. See below for details. 

Sean T. McAllister, Esq.
McAllister Law Office, P.C.
36 Steele St., Suite 200
Denver, CO 80206
(Ph) 720-722-0048
(Fax) 720-542-8391
(Em) sean@mcallisterlawoffice.com
www.mcallisterlawoffice.com
Offices in Denver and Summit County

 
Alright Sean, the time is near!  The International Drug Policy Reform conference is ONLY ONE WEEK AWAY!

This conference is the leading gathering in the world of people who believe the war on drugs is doing more harm than good. Attendees will spend three days learning the most cutting edge drug policy reform policies, practices, and innovations while interacting with people committed to finding alternatives to the war on drugs.

The program features more than 50 panel discussions, with local, national and international speakers covering a wide range of issues including marijuana law reform, criminal justice, health, harm reduction, movement building and much more!

If you haven’t done so yet, there is still time to register today!

Also, several of our community partners have organized community sessions to explore CO-specific issues more in depth and network with other advocates from across the country!  Check out the full listing of community sessions within the program book (beginning on page 36)!  Special thanks for all your hard work in organizing these sessions goes out to the American Friends Service Committee of Colorado, Students for Sensible Drug Policy, Colorado Syringe Access Providers, Harm Reduction Coalition, National Cannabis Industry Association, NAACP Regional Conference, Hartcore, and Vicente Sederberg LLC.

There is a lot going on outside of the conference as well!

If you are in the Denver Area lunchtime Thursday the 24th, join us for a Victory March and Block Party from 1-2:30 pm.  The march up the 16th St. Mall will begin at 1 pm at the Downtown Sheraton and meet for the party at Skyline Park (between 15th and 16th)! Lunch is provided so there is no excuse not to come out for the celebration.

Or if the evenings are more to your liking join Dr. Carl Hart and the Harm Reduction Action Center on Friday evening at Chloe Denver for a silent auction and fundraiser.  Tickets are $45 in advance and $60 at the door.  You can register here to support this great organization.

Can’t wait to see you all so soon!

Best, Laura

Thursday, October 17, 2013

Channel 8 Debate on Proposition AA featuring Sean McAllister

Friends, 

I have been speaking out against Proposition AA, the tax on marijuana on the ballot this year. Below is a link to the video of the debate between myself and Mike Elliot of the Medical Marijuana Industry Group. This will be replayed on Denver Channel 8 on Oct 16 (noon), Oct 17 (8pm), Oct 18 (930am), Oct 20 (130pm), Oct 21 (8pm), Oct 23 (noon, 830pm), Oct 24 (3pm), Oct 26 (830pm), Oct 27 (8pm), Oct 28 (8pm), Nov 3 (230pm & 8pm).

View the video here:
http://denver.granicus.com/MediaPlayer.php?publish_id=5a0ec553-8689-1031-84e6-4d4a8ee9e3b7

Sean T. McAllister, Esq.
McAllister Law Office, P.C.
36 Steele St., Suite 200
Denver, CO 80206
(Ph) 720-722-0048
(Fax) 720-542-8391
(Em) sean@mcallisterlawoffice.com
www.mcallisterlawoffice.com
Offices in Denver and Summit County

Marijuana Defense Law Firm Colorado


The leading marijuana defense law firm in Colorado is McAllister Law Office P.C. We are proud to be on the forefront of representing drug related cases in the state of Colorado. We participate in making drug making policy at the highest levels. Go to our website and you can read about how we are involved in this area. What we are saying is that when you need a marijuana defense law firm in Colorado, we would be a very good choice. 

The attorneys at McAllister Law Office P.C are in this marijuana defense law firm in Colorado for a reason. We specialize in marijuana and drug related cases. It is simple; we know what we are doing. We are experts in laws both old and new relating to marijuana. This is important because as each city decides whether to permit or restrict recreational marijuana, we need to know what each city decides. We also need to be up on the ordinances each city passes to regulate marijuana. When it comes to marijuana providers, there is another area that needs precise understanding of the laws and regulations. As you can see, this area of law is not for the faint hearted.

McAllister Law Office P.C. is ready to help in your defense. Give us a call.


Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Denver Post interview regarding my views on Proposition AA, which will create a 38% tax rate on retail marijuana.

Marijuana Taxation Rule Making Work Group

More rulemaking on the taxation issue. See below for more details. 

Sean T. McAllister, Esq.
McAllister Law Office, P.C.
36 Steele St., Suite 200
Denver, CO 80206
(Ph) 720-722-0048
(Fax) 720-542-8391
(Em) sean@mcallisterlawoffice.com
www.mcallisterlawoffice.com
Offices in Denver and Summit County

From: "Bronski - DOR, Kevin" <kevin.bronski@state.co.us>
Sent: Tuesday, October 15, 2013 11:23:06 AM
Subject: Marijuana Taxation Rulemaking Announcement

To Whom it May Concern,

The Department of Revenue will be accepting applications for a
Marijuana Taxation Rulemaking Workgroup.  You are encouraged to apply.
 For more information please visit:

http://www.colorado.gov/cs/Satellite/Revenue-Main/XRM/1251646940033

Sincerely,

Kevin Bronski

Colorado Marijuana Production Rules

See attached, there is a new round of rule making. The most significant of which is the production caps work group that is going to decide how much marijuana producers can grow. Please consider written comments. 

Sean T. McAllister, Esq.
McAllister Law Office, P.C.
36 Steele St., Suite 200
Denver, CO 80206
(Ph) 720-722-0048
(Fax) 720-542-8391
(Em) sean@mcallisterlawoffice.com
www.mcallisterlawoffice.com
Offices in Denver and Summit County
 
Retail and Medical Marijuana Rulemaking Announcement
October 7, 2013

Background Information


On May 28, 2013, Governor Hickenlooper signed three bills into law that address the implementation of Amendment 64, including requirements for the State Licensing Authority (“SLA”) to adopt rules governing retail marijuana establishments.  In order to comply with those requirements and those found in Amendment 64, the SLA adopted emergency rules governing retail marijuana in the state of Colorado on July 1, 2013.  The emergency rules were then refined through a permanent rulemaking process during which the SLA hosted over forty hours of working groups meetings, reviewed nearly 300 written comments and held two days of formal hearings.  After working extensively with stakeholders and reviewing all public input, the SLA adopted the permanent rules for retail marijuana and revised rules for medical marijuana on September 9, 2013. 

Through the permanent rulemaking process, the SLA identified four public safety issues, (1) an interim production cap for retail marijuana cultivation, (2) concentrate production safety, (3) edible product consumer safety, and (4) mandatory testing and random sampling, that it required additional information and public input on prior to adopting rules.  Therefore, the SLA intends to initiate a follow-up rulemaking in order to promulgate clear and thorough rules that will address these important public safety issues.  This announcement provides information to members of the public interested the upcoming rulemaking.

Written Comments

The SLA encourages interested parties to submit written comments on the issues to be addressed during this rulemaking by November 13, 2013, so that the SLA can review comments prior to the rulemaking hearing.  Written comments will also be accepted until the rulemaking record is closed following the hearing.
The SLA will accept all written comments but strongly encourages written comments to be submitted on Form DR 2477.  The form is available on the DOR’s Amendment 64 page, which can be found at:  www.colorado.gov/revenue/amendment64. 

Please print, complete and save Form DR 2477 as a separate document and then submit the Form via e-mail.  Written comments and completed Forms DR 2477 may be emailed to:
dor_ruleform@state.co.us.  In addition, you may submit completed Forms DR 2477 to:

Colorado Department of Revenue
Executive Director’s Office
RE: Rules
1375 Sherman Street, Room 409
Denver, CO 80261

Written comments will also be accepted at the rulemaking hearing and at all stakeholder working group meetings. 

Stakeholder Working Groups

Stakeholder Working Groups & Members:  The SLA is organizing four stakeholder working groups to engage in depth discussions about specific issues related to the regulation of retail marijuana and medical marijuana.  The following is a list of the stakeholder working groups and the members for each group.   

·         The Interim Production Cap Working Group
o   Chair: Lewis Koski (Marijuana Enforcement Division)
o   Ron Kammerzell (Department of Revenue)
o   Jordan Wellington (Marijuana Enforcement Division)
o   Jack Finlaw (Office of the Governor)
o   Adrienne Russman (Office of the Governor)
o   Rob Shapiro (Attorney General’s Office)
o   Kathy Sasak  (Colorado Department of Public Safety)
o   Tom Raynes / Chris Haslor (Colorado District Attorney’s Council)
o   Chief John Jackson (Greenwood Village Police Department)
o   Lt. Ernie Martinez (Denver Police Department)
o   Rachel O’Bryan (Smart Colorado)
o   Andrew Livingston (Vicente-Sederberg)
o   Mike Elliot (Medical Marijuana Industry Group)
o   Matt Huron (Good Chemistry and Sweetwater Partners)
o   Cheri Hackett (Botana Care)
o   Collon Kennedy (Colorado Communiqué)
o   Eric Speidell (The Green Solution)
o   Lauren Davis (NORML)

·         The Concentrate Production Safety Working Group
o   Chair: Jordan Wellington (Marijuana Enforcement Division)
o   Lewis Koski (Marijuana Enforcement Division)
o   Ron Kammerzell (Department of Revenue)
o   Jennifer Weaver (Attorney General’s Office)
o   Jeff Groff (Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment)
o   Chris Olson (County Sheriff’s of Colorado)
o   Jeff Pothast (Certified Industrial Hygienist)
o   Samantha Walsh (United Food and Commercial Worker’s Union Local 7)
o   Kimberly Ryan (Labor Attorney)
o   Chloe Villano (Clover Leaf University)
o   Ronn Nixon (Consumer Advocate)
o   Sarah Londberg (Canndo Consulting, LLC)
o   Ralph Morgan (Organa Labs)
o   Elliot Klug (Pink House Blooms)
o   Brad Melshenker (The Greenest Green)
o   Ryan Cook (The Clinic)


·         The Edible Product Production Safety Working Group
o   Chair: Jordan Wellington (Marijuana Enforcement Division)
o   Lewis Koski (Marijuana Enforcement Division)
o   Ron Kammerzell (Department of Revenue)
o   David Blake (Attorney General’s Office)
o   Jeff Lawrence (Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment)
o   Danica Lee (Director of Public Health Inspections, Denver)
o   Lane Drager (Boulder County Public Health)
o   Lisa VanRaemdonck (Colorado Association of Local Public Health Officials)
o   Eric Bergman (Colorado Counties, Inc)
o   Teri Robnett (Patient Advocate)
o   Mark Slaugh (iComply)
o   Christie Lunsford (Dixie Elixirs)
o   Timothy McDowell (marQaha)
o   John Whiteman (Mountain High Products, LLC)

·         The Mandatory Testing and Random Sampling Working Group
o   Chair: Jordan Wellington (Marijuana Enforcement Division)
o   Lewis Koski (Marijuana Enforcement Division)
o   Ron Kammerzell (Department of Revenue)
o   Jan Zavislan (Attorney General’s Office)
o   Jeff Groff (Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment)
o   Laura Pottorff (Colorado Department of Agriculture)
o   John Scott (Colorado Department of Agriculture)
o   Beverly Bookout (Boulder Police Officer)
o   Laura Borgelt (Associate Professor at the University of Colorado, Clinical Pharmacy and Family Medicine Department)
o   Michael F. Wempe (Director of the Medicinal Chemistry Core Facility at the University of Colorado, Anschutz medical campus.)
o   Sandra Solin (Smart Colorado)
o   Heather Despres (Laboratory Director for CannLabs)
o   Russ Cohen (PH2 Labs)
o   Joseph Evans (Lab Director for Steep Hill Labs)
o   Brian Swanton (Tree Line Premier Dispensary)
o   Andy LaFrate (Mountain High Manufacturing)
o   Brooke Gehring (Patient’s Choice)


Please note that the SLA reserves the right to change the composition of any stakeholder working groups as it deems necessary throughout the process. 

Stakeholder Working Group Descriptions:  The stakeholder working groups assembled for this rulemaking will be tasked with discussing a discrete and limited set of issues.  Below is a description of the topic to be discussed by each working group.

The Interim Production Cap Working Group will discuss temporary limits on retail marijuana production that will be in place until the SLA has collected sufficient information, including receipt of an independent market study scheduled to be released in the Spring of 2014, to determine how best to permanently manage production.

The Concentrate Production Oversight Working Group will discuss various methods of concentrate production and the regulations that are necessary to address concerns related to worker and product safety. 

The Edible Product Production Oversight Working Group will discuss the development and implementation of a public health program to oversee edible product production. 

The Mandatory Testing Program Working Group will discuss the creation and implementation of a mandatory testing and random sampling program for retail marijuana, retail marijuana concentrates, and retail marijuana products.

Meetings & Locations:  The stakeholder working groups will meet according to the following schedule:

o The Interim Production Cap Working Group
§ October 15, 2013 from 1PM to 5PM at the Old Supreme Court Chamber, Colorado State Capital, 200 E. Colfax Ave., Denver, CO 80203
§ October 16, 2013 from 1PM to 5PM at the Old Supreme Court Chamber, Colorado State Capital, 200 E. Colfax Ave., Denver, CO 80203 (if necessary)

o The Concentrate Production Safety Working Group
§ October 21, 2013 from 1PM to 5PM at the Department of Revenue, 1881 Pierce Street, Lakewood, CO 80214; Entrance B, Conference Room 110
§ October 25, 2013 from 1PM to 5PM at the Department of Revenue, 1881 Pierce Street, Lakewood, CO 80214; Entrance B, Conference Room 110 (if necessary)

o The Edible Production Safety Working Group
§ October 29, 2013 from 1PM to 5PM at the Department of Revenue, 1881 Pierce Street, Lakewood, CO 80214; Entrance B, Conference Room 110
§ October 30, 2013 from 1PM to 5PM at the Department of Revenue, 1881 Pierce Street, Lakewood, CO 80214; Entrance B, Conference Room 110 (if necessary)

o The Mandatory Testing and Random Sampling Working Group
§ November 6, 2013 from 1PM to 5PM at Division of Gaming, 17301 West Colfax Avenue, Suite 135, Golden, CO 80401, Gaming Commission Room
§ November 7, 2013 from 1PM to 5PM at Division of Gaming, 17301 West Colfax Avenue, Suite 135, Golden, CO 80401, Gaming Commission Room (if necessary)

Please note that the second meeting for each working group will be held if necessary.  The Division will decide at the commencement of each working group’s first meeting, if a second meeting is necessary.  If a second meeting is held, the Division reserves the right to end the meeting up completion of the working groups discussion.

Public Participation: All stakeholder working group meetings will be open to the public.  Additionally, a recording and minutes of each meeting will be made available via the DOR Amendment 64 website: www.colorado.gov/revenue/amendment64.  Agendas for the first meeting of each working group will also be made available to the public at least 24 hours in advance via the website.  Agenda’s for a second meeting, if necessary, will be noticed as quickly as possible.  Additionally, the Division will provide an opportunity for interested individuals to provide public comment during the first meeting for each working group.



Public Hearings

The State License Authority will hold a formal, public hearing regarding the rules to be adopted through this rulemaking.  Any member of the public may testify at the hearing and/or submit written comment - all testimony and written comment will be considered part of the formal public record. 

Hearing Schedule:  The formal public hearing will be held on November 18th at 9am.  The hearings will be held in the Old Supreme Court Chamber, Colorado State Capital, 200 E. Colfax Ave., Denver, CO 80203.