Since the U.S. Department of Justice issued its memo on enforcement priorities addressing marijuana issues in Indian Country, the prospect of tribal marijuana sales has garnered much attention from tribes, tribal enterprises, the marijuana industry and the media.

There have been government raids, tribal ordinances adopted, and state compacts negotiated as tribes move closer to functional marijuana operations.

Available on the Native Edge, in a video session easily accessible to Premium subscribers, tribal marijuana experts provide their perspectives on recent developments, including what went right, what went wrong and the outlook looking forward.

Panelists include:

  • Michael D. Reif – Robins Kaplan LLP
  • Jeff Doctor – Executive Director, National Indian Cannabis Coalition
  • Blake Trueblood – Director, Business Development, National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development

To watch the entire session, Premium subscribers simply need to login to the Native Edge by clicking here. Once logged in, click on the “Video” tab and “Agriculture”.

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