WASHINGTON: The Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board (LCB) is hosting a Listen and Learn session about draft conceptual rules on the evaluation of THC compounds. The session is designed to get public and licensee feedback before the rules are finalized.
The LCB Board began to consider establishing a new rule section allowing the LCB to evaluate additives, solvents, ingredients or compounds used in the production and/or processing of marijuana products other than delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol, as well as CBD, hemp or both, converted to delta-8, delta-9 THC, or any other marijuana compound that is not currently identified or defined in the Revised Code of Washington (RCW), the Washington Administrative Code (WSR), or both, to determine whether such substances pose a risk to public health or youth access. The preproposal statement of inquiry (CR 101 was filed as WSR 21-14-117 on July 7, 20201) and can be viewed here.
In preparing to address this issue LCB held two Deliberative Dialogue sessions concerning cannabis plant chemistry on June 3 and July 30, 2021. Notes and materials from those meetings can be located here.
WHEN: Thursday, September 9, 2021, from 9:00 a.m. until 11:00 a.m.
WHERE: Join on your computer or smart phone using Microsoft (MS) Teams.
- If you have the MS Teams app on your device, select “Open Microsoft Teams” when prompted.
- If you do not have the MS Teams app, click on “Continue on this browser” when prompted.
Please note: MS Teams does not have a pre-registration option. Please add the Listen and Learn Forum to your calendar and join using this link at the start time indicated above. The event may end earlier than scheduled depending on the amount of feedback offered by attendees during the forum.
To listen to the meeting on the phone (audio only):
Phone Conference ID: 574 797 679#
*Please note the phone option is intended only for listening to the forum. In order to participate and contribute to the forum, please join online via MS Teams.
If you wish to join us online we’d like to offer the following reminders:
- Online participation will be structured to allow one speaker at a time through a hand-raising feature on MS Teams.
- If you have difficulty with audio or visual elements of MS Teams, please be patient.
If you cannot attend, or if you prefer to give your feedback via email, you can send it to the email below.
Questions? Contact the rules team at email@example.com.