After months of effort by an external work group, the complete rewrite of I-502 violations and associated penalties elicited a total of two comments.
The Board adopted an interim policy to allow processors to extend credit for returns of banned products and approved the filing of proposed packaging and labeling rules.
The Board prepared to file new packaging and labeling proposed rules and adopt an interim policy to allow processors to extend credit for returns of banned products for a limited time.
The agency gathered feedback on the expansive rewrite of rules covering administrative violation notices (AVNs) required by SB 5318, the Enforcement reorganization bill.
The latest on all open rulemaking projects including a signal that WSLCB intends to modify vapor product regulation in response to a widely publicized health scare.
Participants shared strategies to mitigate costs and phase-in new pesticide and heavy metals testing requirements for cannabis products in Washington state.
A new Traceability Data Sharing Agreement Work Group convenes, the lege asks for a marijuana update, and the Board confronts an emergent public health crisis attributed to vaping.
The Board reviewed stakeholder meetings on agency rulemaking projects and considered how to on-board an economist.
The WSLCB was open to new approaches to regulating Washington state’s cannabis supply chain besides “seed-to-sale” traceability.
The WSLCB planned a busy week of meetings following the signing of a constrained contract amendment with MJ Freeway.