Update 14 August 2019

Greetings stakeholders!

You originally received this message yesterday, but inadvertently the wrong draft ruleswere linked. The message has been updated to reflect the appropriate rules. 

The Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board (WSLCB) looks forward to hearing your innovative solutions regarding mitigation and phase-in strategies for Quality Assurance Testing and Product Requirements (QA). We look forward to seeing you on August 22, 2019, from 1:00 until 4:00 p.m. at our Headquarters Boardroom, located at 1025 Union Avenue SE, in downtown Olympia. You may also attend via webinar at bit.ly./MJTestWebbly.

To help you prepare for this second listen/learn/contribute forum, please review the guidance document prepared for this and future forums.

Although the subject of this listen/learn/contribute forum is not the content of the draft conceptual rules for QA, and limited only to mitigation and phase-in strategies to implement future rules, we’ve attached an updated copy of the most current draft conceptual rule set for your review. Please remember that we are still in the developmental phase of rulemaking, and these are not proposed or final rules.

Questions? Contact Kathy Hoffman at katherine.hoffman@lcb.wa.gov.

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The Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board (WSLCB) looks forward to hearing your innovative solutions regarding mitigation and phase-in strategies for Quality Assurance Testing and Product Requirements (QA). We look forward to seeing you on August 22, 2019, from 1:00 until 4:00 p.m. at our Headquarters Boardroom, located at 1025 Union Avenue SE, in downtown Olympia. You may also attend via webinar at bit.ly./MJTestWebbly.

To help you prepare for this second listen/learn/contribute forum, please review the guidance document prepared for this and future forums.

Although the subject of this listen/learn/contribute forum is not the content of the draft conceptual rules for QA, and limited only to mitigation and phase-in strategies to implement future rules, we’ve attached a copy of the most current draft conceptual rule set for your review. Please remember that we are still in the developmental phase of rulemaking, and these are not proposed or final rules.

Questions? Contact Kathy Hoffman at katherine.hoffman@lcb.wa.gov.