Here are some observations from the Thursday August 22nd Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board (WSLCB) Listen and Learn Forum on the Quality Assurance (QA) Testing and Product Requirements rulemaking project. My top 4 takeaways: Policy and Rules Coordinator Kathy Hoffman briefed on the purpose of the session and its organization before asking attendees to … Continued
The Washington State Department of Ecology launched the Cannabis Science Task Force to assist in the methodical migration of authority for testing lab accreditation from the WSLCB.
“Rumors” of WSLCB plans to help smaller operators came to light along with coverage alleging burglaries of licensees could be planned with public information published by the agency.
The Board prepared for its road trip to Bothell, learned about pyrethrins, and inserted itself into a process of legal interpretation occurring in the Enforcement division.
Updates on hemp, traceability, agency request legislation, and the legislatively-directed interim study on taxation of cannabis by potency.
Traceability got you down?
An update on the WSDA hemp program, no WSLCB Board Meeting this week, and small business opportunities on the agenda.
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.
Hemp has sown new policy questions and an update on agency enforcement reform.
Industry stakeholders were not enthusiastic about a hypothetical laboratory license.