The release schedule, the “Data Quality Effort,” and what comes after observation.
Expect a public hearing for Mandatory Marijuana Signage at Wednesday’s WSLCB Board Meeting and significant legislative floor activity the first three days of the week.
Cannabis trade name signs may not be allowed at Seattle Hempfest but rulemaking process at WSLCB is improving.
To act in the world is to be present, and contemplation of the past encourages a gaze that is not always forward looking. Here’s a look at the week ahead.
Out-of-state corporate investment is “at the edge of the dam” and Russ Hauge wants to define craft producers and processors to help them survive “the flood.”
Grades of cannabis, on-site consumption, and ever more “sea change” at the agency.
Agency leadership focused its first EMT work session on Enforcement and “operational consistency.”
Out-of-state tribal identification cards, an upcoming QA testing rules listening session, and the WSLCB’s internal legislative reports.
The Board reviewed failed legislative initiatives, commented on media coverage, and agreed to nix a tribal issue brewing at the Department of Revenue.
Agency leadership discussed the Enforcement restructuring bills (SB 5318 + HB 1237) and shared the next MJ Freeway Leaf traceability release is pushed to June 4th.