The Partnership at Hosts Marijuana: It’s Legal, Now What? A Dialogue About America’s Changing Attitudes, Laws and What This Means for Families

The Partnership at, a national nonprofit dedicated to helping families solve the problem of teen substance abuse, is bringing together key influentials in the state of Colorado to begin a national conversation about the country’s changing attitudes and laws regarding marijuana at a panel discussion taking place today at The Cable Center in Denver Colorado.

Marijuana: “It’s Legal, Now What?” is a panel discussion informed by new research from The Partnership at on attitudes about various aspects of marijuana legalization. The forum will cover a range of topics including how Colorado will define legalized marijuana and what this will mean for kids.

Marijuana: It’s Legal, Now What? A Dialogue About America’s Changing Attitudes, Laws and What This Means for Families


Holly Phillips, MD, CBS News Contributor


*Cheryl G. Healton, President and CEO, American Legacy Foundation; Dean of Global Public Health and Director, Global Institute of Public Health, New York University

*A. Thomas McLellan, PhD, CEO and Co-Founder, Treatment Research Institute

*Colorado Attorney General, John W. Suthers

*Christian Thurstone, MD, Associate Professor of Psychiatry, Denver Health/University of Colorado

*Brian Vicente, Esq., Founding Partner, Vicente Sederberg and Executive Director, Sensible Colorado


*Scott Kotchko, Whitman Insight Strategies

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