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Rhode Island governor appoints members to anti-cannabis commission

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Rhode Island Governor Dan McKee on Wednesday announced three appointments to the Cannabis Control Commission, which will oversee regulation, licensing and control of the state’s medical marijuana and adult-use markets.

the state Organized marijuana sales launched On December 1, 2022.

McKee’s nominees, who must be approved by the Rhode Island Senate, include:

Kimberly Ahern, President: Current Deputy Chief of Staff for Governor Mackie’s Office and Former Deputy Counsel for Ex-Governor Gina Raimondo’s Office. Robert Jacquard: A self-employed attorney who worked for 22 years with the Cranston (Rhode Island) Police Department and as a state representative from 1993 through 2021. Lay Odingbo: Owner, Founder, and Director Attorney at a Cranston law firm, who previously served as a corporate consultant dealing with matters of Compliance and governance.

Announcing his selections, McKee said, “I am proud to have these three individuals appointed to the committee to ensure

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