WSLCB Notice of Board Action: Withdrawal of Producers Licenses And Tiers CR-102

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WASHINGTON: The Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board took action today and withdrew the proposed rules (CR-102) for the Producers Licenses and Tiers rule-making filed as WSR 17-12-116. The Board has determined not to proceed with consideration of the proposed rules as drafted at this time. The Board will continue to evaluate the industry and Read the full article…

Washington AG Ferguson Statement On Sessions Letter

“Any action from the Department of Justice short of allowing our well-regulated, voter-approved system to continue is unacceptable. I will continue to defend the will of Washington voters.”

WASHINGTON:  In response to a letter from U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions regarding Washington’s marijuana regulations, Attorney General Bob Ferguson offered the following statement: “I was disappointed by Attorney General Sessions’ letter, which relies on incomplete, inaccurate and out-of-date information on the status of Washington’s marijuana regulations. I’m also disappointed that he has yet to accept my repeated Read the full article…

MJBA Calendar Of Events August, September & October 2017

Those getting into the marijuana industry today are getting a leg up on the growing wave of competition. The New York Times recently covered the industry that is now receiving financial backing from several networks of investors that are ready to plunge millions into the industry.

Join The Marijuana Business Association At These Upcoming Events   AUGUST 18-19-20: Seattle Hempfest, Seattle, Washington. MJBA is once again a proud sponsor, and exhibitor at Seattle Hempfest, the world’s largest and most important hemp Protestival. MJBA Founder Dave Rheins, Curved Papers CEO Michael OʼMalley, Mosaic Insurance Chief Norm Ives, Buddy’s Myles Kahn and many other MJBA members will Read the full article…

WSDA BAN: Azatrol Hydro Botanical Insecticide Not Allowed For Use On Marijuana in Washington

The Washington State Department of Agriculture (WSDA) has adopted rules establishing the Industrial Hemp Research Pilot (IHRP) in Washington state.

WASHINGTON:  Until further notice, Azatrol Hydro Botanical Insecticide (EPA Reg. No. 2217-836) and Gordon’s Professional Turf & Ornamental Products Azatrol EC Insecticide (EPA Reg. No. 2217-836) are no longer allowed for use on marijuana in Washington. Information received from the Oregon Department of Agriculture, and subsequent analysis of these pesticide products by Washington State Department Read the full article…

WSLCB 2017 Legislative Fact Sheets Now Available

Notice of Rulemaking

WASHINGTON: Fact sheets detailing new alcohol and marijuana related laws from the 2017 legislative session are now available on the Liquor and Cannabis Board’s website. Where available/relevant the fact sheets also contain information about the agency’s process to implement these changes. If you have additional questions please contact Customer Serviceat (360) 664-1600. 2017 Legislation E2SHB 1351 – Read the full article…

WSLCB Seeks Input On New Cannabis Advertising Rules

WSLC B proposes new pot shop signage regs

NOTICE OF RULE MAKING – Pre-proposal – #17-14 WASHINGTON: The Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board has entered into the initial stage of rule making (CR 101) to consider rule changes in Chapter 314-55 related to advertising. Rule changes are needed as a result of changes to advertising requirements in law due to the passage Read the full article…

Registration Open For WSLCB Research License Education Events

I-502 applicants at WSLCB Workshop in Seattle,WA.

WASHINGTON:  Interested parties who would like to participate in the upcoming Research License education events will need to register in advance to ensure that there is enough space for everyone to attend. Space is limited to 75 participants at each event. There will also be a livestream of the Shoreline event via Periscope for those who Read the full article…

Poll: Americans Want States, Not The Feds, To Have Final Say Regarding Marijuana Policies

Americans Want States, Not The Feds, To Have Final Say Regarding Marijuana Policies

NEW YORK: By a margin of more than six to one, Americans say that individual states should be autonomous with regard to laws governing the use and sale of marijuana, according to survey data compiled by Survey USA and commissioned by the advocacy group Marijuana Majority. Seventy-six percent of respondents – including supermajorities of Republicans (72 percent), Independents (78 Read the full article…

WSLCB Issues Changes to Marijuana Advertising Laws

WSLCB issues new advertising regulations

WASHINGTON: Effective July 23, 2017, marijuana licensees will see changes and additional advertising restrictions, mainly around signage and billboards. These changes come from the passage of ESSB 5131 during the legislative session. The LCB will follow with additional communication regarding potential clarifying rulemaking, however, we wanted to make licensees aware so that they can comply with Read the full article…

From Threat To Joke: How Are Your Cops Treating Weed?

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By Bailey Hirschburg My old spectrum for judging cops on pot ranged from “Officer I’m still cool” to “Sheriff Buzzkill.” But I’m wondering if it’s out of date. “Officer I’m still cool” was typically a local cop at protests or public events. He would always remind you he didn’t MAKE pot laws, he was just ENFORCING them. Read the full article…