The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says the national outbreak of vaping-associated lung injury has waned. We would like to update you on the emergency rules passed by the State Board of Health, and other issues of importance to cannabis licensees. Below you will find information about what to expect and what continues to be required.
The State Board of Health emergency rule temporarily banning flavored vapor products remains in effect through February 7, 2020. On February 8, 2020, retailers may legally sell flavored vapor products.
As of February 8, 2020, you no longer are required to post the warning sign about the severe lung injury.
The State Board of Health emergency rule temporarily banning vapor products with vitamin E acetate remains in effect until March 19,
The Board is expected to withdraw all LCB flavored-vapor-product rules that are tied to the State Board of Health rules.
Marijuana Vapor Product Ingredient Disclosure forms are still required to be submitted by all producer/processor and processor licensees for each vapor product. For more information, see the Links to Required Documents box on ourVapor and Public Health
Important: please note that the Washington State Legislature is currently in session and considering bills regarding the regulation of vapor products, including Governor-requested legislation to ban vitamin E acetate and all flavorings, except tobacco flavoring, in non-THC vapor products. We encourage you to follow the legislative action this session.
We appreciate your cooperation throughout the vaping-associated lung injury investigation and other changes impacting marijuana license holders.