On Tuesday, March 26th, House Commerce and Gaming Committee held an executive session for SB 5276, “Concerning hemp production,” which saw the bill amended and passed.
House committees heard testimony on SB 5605 to vacate misdemeanor marijuana convictions and recommended a new version of SB 5318 to reform WSLCB enforcement powers.
Executive sessions were scheduled but no action was taken on SB 5298 – “Regarding labeling of marijuana products.”
The House Public Safety Committee hosted a public hearing for SB 5605, “Concerning misdemeanor marijuana offense convictions.”
The House Commerce and Gaming Committee amended and passed SB 5318 regarding Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board (WSLCB) enforcement powers.
An executive session was scheduled but no action was taken on HB 1430 – “Concerning the licensing and enforcement system modernization project (SMP) account.”
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.”
The speedier second half of the legislative session began in earnest this week, with public hearings on cannabis intellectual property, labs, WSLCB reform, and labeling.
The House Commerce and Gaming Committee hosted a public hearing on SB 5298 – “Regarding labeling of marijuana products”