“Not For Kids” Warning Label: What It Means For Your Cannabis Business

The “Not for Kids” warning symbol will be required to be placed on all packages of marijuana products meant to be eaten or swallowed effective February 14, 2017. The Board recognizes that changing packaging requires time which is why the effective date has been pushed out to mid-February, enforcement of the new requirement will commence at the same time.

By Jason Lammers Effective Feb 14th, 2017 the new Not for Kids warning symbol will be required on all cannabis edibles. Here’s what it means for your cannabis business. The LCB is defining marijuana edibles as “marijuana infused products meant to be eaten or swallowed” Warning symbol must be a minimum size of ¾” tall Read the full article…

Washington State Liquor & Cannabis Board: Lab and Quality Assurance Rules Update

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WASHINGTON: The Washington State Liquor & Cannabis Board (WSLCB) has released the following Lab and Quality Assurance Rules Update: Effective Date We have received several inquiries on whether the new requirements proposed in the Lab and Quality Assurance rule-making would be going into effect on February 26, 2017. Due to the volume of public comments Read the full article…

“Not for Kids” Deadline Approaches For Washington Edibles

The “Not for Kids” warning symbol will be required to be placed on all packages of marijuana products meant to be eaten or swallowed effective February 14, 2017. The Board recognizes that changing packaging requires time which is why the effective date has been pushed out to mid-February, enforcement of the new requirement will commence at the same time.

WASHINGTON: The “Not for Kids” warning symbol will be required to be placed on all packages of marijuana products meant to be eaten or swallowed effective February 14, 2017. The Board recognizes that changing packaging requires time which is why the effective date was extended to 90 days after adoption in mid-February; enforcement of the new requirement Read the full article…

Deadline Extension for Marijuana Research License Scientific Reviewer

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WASHINGTON: The Washington Liquor and Cannabis Board has extended the deadline for the Scientific Reviewer necessary for the marijuana research license. The solicitation will now close Feb. 13, 2017.  To register and download the solicitation details you will need to be registered on the Washington Electronic Business Solutions (WEBS) solicitation and bid system. You may access the Read the full article…

Washington State Liquor & Cannabis Board Notice of Rule Making – Pre-proposal – #17-01

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WASHINGTON: The Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board (WSLCB) has entered into the initial stage of rule making (CR 101) for marijuana packaging, labeling, and related rule changes in Chapter 314-55. The WSLCB is embarking on a project to clarify, streamline, and make necessary changes to packaging and labeling rules, rules related to warnings, and Read the full article…

WSLCB Notice: Refiling Emergency Rules For Pesticide Action Levels 16-44

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WASHINGTON: The Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board has filed Emergency Rules with the Code Reviser’s Office for Chapter 314-55 WAC. The board approved refiling emergency rules for WAC 314-55-108, Pesticide action levels, to continue requirements until permanent rules become effective. The rules become effective today, December 28, 2016, and expire April 27, 2017.  Permanent Read the full article…

Deadline Approaches for “Not For Kids” Cannabis Labelling in WA

The “Not for Kids” warning symbol will be required to be placed on all packages of marijuana products meant to be eaten or swallowed effective February 14, 2017. The Board recognizes that changing packaging requires time which is why the effective date has been pushed out to mid-February, enforcement of the new requirement will commence at the same time.

WASHINGTON:  The Washington Liquor and Cannabis Board (WSLCB) has issued a reminder that the “Not for Kids” warning symbol will be required to be placed on all packages of marijuana products meant to be eaten or swallowed effective February 14, 2017. The Board recognizes that changing packaging requires time which is why the effective date Read the full article…

US Bank Splits With WSLCB; Will No Longer Accept Washington Marijuana Excise Tax Payments

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WASHINGTON:  As of October 1, 2016 the Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board (WSLCB) will be switching financial institutions for marijuana excise tax payments which will have an impact on those licensees using EPay. After the switch the current vendor will no longer be supporting the site, those licensees who have a login with the Read the full article…

Washington Poison Center Unveils Warning Symbol For Products “Not For Kids”

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WASHINGTON: The Washington Poison Center (WAPC) today unveiled its chosen warning symbol for identifying products that are not for children at a Liquor and Cannabis Board meeting. The Washington Poison Center (WAPC) developed the warning symbol as a deterrent for children who may access adult-only products, such as edible marijuana products, purchased by adults in their home. Read the full article…

LCB Says Licensed Marijuana Canopy Enough To Meet WA Recreational And Medical Marijuana Market Demand

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WASHINGTON: The amount of marijuana allowed to be grown by state-licensed producers in Washington is enough to satisfy both the medical and recreational marijuana markets, a University of Washington study finds. The state Liquor and Cannabis Board (LCB) tasked the UW-based Cannabis Law and Policy Project (CLPP) with calculating the “grow canopy,” or square footage, required to Read the full article…