In this short meeting, WSLCB Board Members describe a “calm before the storm” of upcoming actions and events.
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Cannabis Observer looks more closely at the trade association coalition proposal to the WSLCB detailing updates to MIE regulations (and more).
In depth transcription and summary of research scientist Julia Dilley’s presentation to the WSLCB EMT on September 19, 2018.
Updates on WSLCB’s cannabis actions at their October 31st Board Meeting and EMT and news that MJ Freeway will not hit their deadline once again…
Public records reveal a flurry of WSLCB activity on MIEs at the end of August, coincident with the departure of the cannabis rules coordinator.
Here’s the marijuana infused edibles (MIE) regulation proposal presented to WSLCB by a coalition of Washington cannabis trade associations.
Observations from the September 26th JLARC I-900 Subcommittee public hearing for the SAO’s performance audit of the WSLCB.
Observations from the September 19th WSLCB Special Board Caucus including legislative program updates, the home delivery study, & medically compliant products.
Takeaways on the newest MJ Freeway contract amendment and algorithms that would automatically flag suspicious transactions in the traceability data.
Here are some observations from the September 11th WSLCB Board Caucus. My top 3 takeaways: Chris Thompson, WSLCB Director of Legislative Affairs, requested Board approval to move forward on the agency’s five legislative requests for the 2019 session, including a bill to expand the agency’s authority to define and implement mandatory budtender training (transcript, audio). … Continued