Responses to Common Themes Document and Deliberative Dialogue Session Recordings Now Available + Latest Issue Of Topics & Trends Published

WSLCB has been considering revisions and new rule sections that would add pesticide and heavy metal testing to the current suite of tests required for cannabis products.

A hearing on a supplemental rule proposal (WSR 20-20-040) was held on November 18, 2020. All comments were reviewed, sorted by theme, and responses are offered in a Responses to Common Themes document. Exhibits can be found in Exhibits A and B, and Exhibits C though J.

*Please note that the Responses to Common Themes document is not a “concise explanatory statement” as described in RCW 34.05.325, or an “interpretive or policy statement” as described in RCW 34.05.230. The document is for informational, educational, and discussion purposes only.

Deliberative dialogue session are posted as follows:

They have also published their latest newsletter

The Spring 2021 edition of Topics and Trends,* published by the Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board, is available for viewing.

Inside this edition:

  • David Postman Begins Board Chair Tenure
  • Tier 1 Cannabis Producer Licensee Survey Report Now Available
  • Systems Modernization Project (SMP) Update
  • Use of Federal Loans Prohibited for Cannabis Businesses
  • Cannabis for Animal Use
  • Authorized Representative Form and the Role of the Authorized Representative
  • Message from the LCB Cannabis Manager
  • Making Changes to Your Business: LCB Change Request
  • Making Changes to Your Business:  BLS Change Request
  • Director Rick Garza Remarks on the “Future of Cannabis” in Washington
  • Carefully Consider your Cannabis Canopy
  • Things to Know Before 4-20 Activities

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