Agency leadership heard a substantial update on the legislative landscape for the 2020 session, and a licensee operating a cannabis delivery service garnered agency attention.
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.
Here are some observations from the Wednesday October 30th Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board (WSLCB) Board Meeting. My top 3 takeaways: The Board adopted an interim policy to temporarily allow processors to issue credits to retailers for returned vapor products (audio – 3m). Calls for a system of credit were prompted by unplanned economic … Continued
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 Board adopted additional emergency rules to implement the “flavored vapor products” ban and heard about the effects of the new prohibition on the cannabis industry.
The Board adopted an initial set of emergency rules in response to the state’s prohibition of flavored vaporizable products and heard testimony to the economic impacts caused.
The agency gathered feedback on the expansive rewrite of rules covering administrative violation notices (AVNs) required by SB 5318, the Enforcement reorganization bill.
The Director briefed on the agency’s request legislation and the vaping-related health scare, which includes a new lawsuit in Pierce County filed against six cannabis product manufacturers.
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.
The Board discussed agency and industry proposals for social equity programs as well as the latest news about vaping-related illnesses and deaths.