After updates on rulemaking and legislation, the Cannabis Advisory Council hosted a lively and wide-ranging discussion about how WSLCB can help the market.
A long, strange trip to Spokane - and the producer canopy rulemaking is revived.
WA House COG heard a history of the industry and contemporary concerns from The Cannabis Alliance and WACA.
A new home grow bill is well positioned at the start of the 2019 Washington State legislative session.
The Board approved all five interim policies and got an earful from eastern Washington stakeholders.
The governor's pardon program expedites the process of applying for and receiving clemency for a limited class of misdemeanor possession convictions.
A substantial legislative update from Chris Thompson on the WSLCB's plans for the upcoming session.
The board interim policies are back, a rulemaking petition was denied, and details on the agency's Spokane trip.
WSLCB's new "Policy Analysis Framework" brings public health, prevention, and public safety "front and center" in agency decision-making.
The WSLCB’s second issue brief, prevention community influence, and the first webinar on MIE packaging and labeling rules.