Five cannabis-related bills were scheduled for consideration in four committee meetings and the WSLCB Board will likely receive its first legislative update of the session.
11 cannabis-related bills were scheduled for consideration in 5 committee meetings while the WSLCB planned action on Cannabis Penalties and Quality Control Testing rules.
Washington state’s short legislative session begins today while the regulatory cadence at the WSLCB and Ecology continues apace.
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.
All eleven cannabis-related bills passed by the legislature were signed into law without change or veto by the Governor.
The agency may be asked to evaluate taxation of marijuana products by THC level + a quarterly labs update.
The Governor is scheduled to sign five cannabis-related bills today.
Six cannabis-related bills are not yet signed into law.
Expect an influx of applicants to the WSDA’s Industrial Hemp Research Pilot.
Five cannabis-related bills have been signed into law while six others have been delivered to the Governor and await executive action.