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WASHINGTON

Washington state extends contingency plan for marijuana tracking

Washington Home Grow Bill Fails, Again

Contingency Reporting extended to March 31

Dear Marijuana Licensee:

At the request of the Traceability Project Advisory Committee, WSLCB has agreed to accept Contingency Plan Reporting through March 31, 2018. Since some licensees have had difficulties inputting their plant inventories into Leaf Data Systems, this allowance is being granted. Visit the Traceability Reporting page on WSLCB’s website for more information.

This is the final extension for Contingency Reporting, and it is required all licensees are using Leaf Data Systems for traceability reporting by March 31, 2018.

Tax Reporting Information for February, 2018

Retailers
Your February 2018 monthly sales report is due by March 20, 2018.  Please use the Retailer Sales and Excise Tax spreadsheet found on the Traceability Reporting page.

Email your reports to marijuanataxes@lcb.wa.gov or use postal mail and send to:

WSLCB
PO Box 43085
Olympia, WA 98504-3085

Producer/Processors
Your February 2018 monthly sales report is due by March 20, 2018. If you are already using Leaf Data Systems, this information is automatically transmitted for you. If you have not begun using Leaf Data Systems, please input and submit your monthly sales using the  Monthly Producer/Processor Sales link located on the Traceability Reporting page of WSLCB’s website.

More information about financial reporting will be made available shortly.