The hidden ownership amnesty program proposal was put on hold, plus a quarterly licensing update.
A CR-101 for Cannabis Quality Assurance Testing and Products Requirements was adopted before the Board heard public comments.
Board members prepared to open rulemaking on cannabis testing requirements and medical products, and will hire a staffer to update licensee demographic information.
The Board received a quarterly rules update and discussed how best to prioritize agency work.
The Board heard reports from the Director of Licensing and a rulemaking update from the Policy and Rules Coordinator.
Members of the public criticized WSLCB's extension of a traceability contract as well as hidden ownership violations.
The Committee received updates on MJ Freeway's contract renewal and the Gartner Consulting IV&V report.
The Board heard an update on the retail license forfeiture program and an approaching deadline for non-operational retailers.
Board members reviewed accomplishments and set their priorities for the coming year.
A staffer made a promise to a retail licensee without the approval of the Board and a petition regarding true parties of interest definitions was accepted.