The team reviewed the first interagency meeting of the WSLCB’s Cannabis 2.0 project and assessed delays updating Washington State’s version of MJ Freeway’s Leaf Data Systems.
The Board adopted an interim policy on cannabinoid additives, heard a cannabis rulemaking timeline, and listened to public comment on the failings of the state traceability vendor, MJ Freeway.
The Board prepared to adopt a new interim policy on cannabinoid additives, discussed Cannabis 2.0, and reacted to Seattle Hempfest’s lawsuit.
Licensees should not expect to see the new release of Washington State’s version of MJ Freeway’s Leaf Data Systems this week.
Washington State gets a new version of MJ Freeway Leaf Data Systems + two listening sessions on a proposed marijuana lab license controlled by WSLCB.
The next MJ Freeway Leaf release was pulled forward to June 6th and the WSLCB was considering a traceability workflow for importing CBD additives for marijuana products.
MJ Freeway misses another deadline, but data-driven traceability alerts are coming and the integrators will be certified.
WSLCB Deputy Director Pat Kohler’s update on the state’s traceability implementation revealed MJ Freeway will not meet the schedule for the November 6th Leaf release.
Takeaways on the newest MJ Freeway contract amendment and algorithms that would automatically flag suspicious transactions in traceability data.
The Committee received updates on MJ Freeway's contract renewal and the Gartner Consulting IV&V report.