OLCC Commissioners Ratify Stipulated Settlement On Recreational Marijuana License

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OREGON:  At its monthly meeting April 19, 2018, the Commissioners of the Oregon Liquor Control Commission ratified the following fines and/or marijuana license suspensions and destruction orders based on stipulated settlement: Jenny’s Dispensary, Deschutes County; will pay a fine of $6,105 or serve a 37-day recreational marijuana retailer license suspension for two violations.  The first violation is for the licensee or its employees, agents, or representatives Read the full article…

WA Liquor Control Board Clarifies Next Steps In Its Preparation To Issue Marijuana Licenses

WASHINGTON:  The Washington State Liquor Control Board today approved staff’s recommendations to limit the number of individual marijuana producer licenses to one and initially limit production at 70 percent, clearing a path for the agency to begin issuing producer and processor licenses. “Today’s Board action clears an obstacle and allows the agency to begin issuing Read the full article…

Seven Apply For Retail Marijuana Licenses In Kittitas County

Four retail applications were submitted in Ellensburg, two in Cle Elum and one in Roslyn.

WASHINGTON: A total of seven applications for retail marijuana licenses were filed in Kittitas County before the Dec. 20 deadline, according to the Washington State Liquor Control Board. There’s no limit on the number of grower or processors in the state, but the liquor control board will only allow 334 marijuana retailers in Washington. Four stores Read the full article…

WA State Gets Paperwork For 179 Marijuana Businesses In Whatcom County

Twenty-five retailers hope to open within Bellingham city limits. But many of those will get rejected.

WASHINGTON: The number of applications for marijuana stores in Bellingham outnumbers the city’s Woods Coffee shops, Starbucks cafés and Haggen grocery stores – combined. Last week marked the deadline for the first wave of pot entrepreneurs to apply for a license and get in on Washington’s newest industry. On Christmas Eve, the state Liquor Control Board Read the full article…

WA State Liquor Board Releases Names Of First Rec Marijuana License Applicants

WSLCB opened the application process for prospective marijuana producers, processors and retailers on Nov. 20 with a Dec. 19 deadline to apply.

WASHINGTON: The Washington State Liquor Control Board has released the names of the first wave of applicants looking to enter the commercial marijuana market with eight looking to set up business in Bellevue, so far. WSLCB opened the application process for prospective marijuana producers, processors and retailers on Nov. 20 with a Dec. 19 deadline to Read the full article…

It’s Official: Liquor Control Board Adopts Washington’s Marijuana Rules

The state will license a total of 334 retail stores, allocated by population and accessibility.

WASHINGTON: They’ve been months in the making with one serious delay … but the rules governing the legal marijuana market in Washington have been adopted into law – let the applications being rolling in on Nov. 18. Today the Washington State Liquor Control Board announced that it has adopted the rules. The law will sit for 30 Read the full article…

It’s Official: Liquor Control Board Adopts Washington’s Marijuana Rules

The state will license a total of 334 retail stores, allocated by population and accessibility.

WASHINGTON: They’ve been months in the making with one serious delay … but the rules governing the legal marijuana market in Washington have been adopted into law – let the applications being rolling in on Nov. 18. Today the Washington State Liquor Control Board announced that it has adopted the rules. The law will sit for 30 Read the full article…

Boulder County Commissioners Impose Temporary Moratorium On Retail Marijuana License Applications

That Oct. 22 hearing and meeting also is expected to include consideration of what the appropriate length of time might be for any additional moratorium on retail marijuana establishments to give county officials a chance to study what regulations, fees and ballot measures might be needed to oversee retail marijuana establishments.

COLORADO: Boulder County commissioners Tuesday imposed a temporary 22-day moratorium on accepting applications from anyone seeking to engage in retail sales of recreational marijuana, or the growing of that marijuana, in unincorporated parts of the county.